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A woman who isn't colorblind but has an allele for color blindness reproduces with a man who has normal vision. What is the chance that they'll have a colorblind daughter? A. 0% B. 25% C. 50% D. 100%
The answer is B. 0% A woman who isn't colorblind but has an allele for color blindness reproduces with a man who has normal vision. There is a 0% that they will have a colorblind daughter.
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User: A woman who isn't colorblind but has an allele for color blindness reproduces with a man who has normal vision. What is the chance that they'll have a colorblind daughter? A. 0% B. 25% C. 50% D. 100%

Weegy: The answer is B. 0%
A woman who isn't colorblind but has an allele for color blindness reproduces with a man who has normal vision. There is a 0% that they will have a colorblind daughter.



User: Two organisms, each with the genotypes TtGg, mate. The chance of producing an offspring that has the dominant phenotype for height (T) and the recessive phenotype for color (g) is A. 9/16. B. 11/16. C. 7/16. D. 3/16.

Weegy: Two organisms, each with the genotypes TtGg, mate. The chance of producing an offspring that has the dominant phenotype for height (T) and the recessive phenotype for color (g) is D. [ 3/16. ]
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User: If a piece of DNA breaks off from a chromosome and attaches itself to a nonhomologous chromosome at another location, what type of change has occurred? A. Inversion B. Duplication C. Deletion D. Translocation

Weegy: If a piece of DNA breaks off from a chromosome and attaches itself to a nonhomologous chromosome at another location, what type of change has occurred? B. Translocation.
alfred123|Points 4725|

User: Which of the following is an example of an X-linked recessive disorder? A. Color blindness B. Sickle cell disease C. Methemoglobinemia D. Huntington disease

Weegy: D. Color blindness is an example of X-linked recessive disorder.
ganda|Points 172|

User: Which one of the following statements about mitosis is correct? A. It consists of two parts: mitosis I and mitosis II. B. It forms two identical daughter cells. C. It creates haploid nuclei. D. It's part of the process of oogenesis.

Weegy: C. It forms two identical daughter cells. This is the true statement for Mitosis.
nagz|Points 60|

User: 5. From the cross Aa × Aa, the probability of producing a homozygous dominant offspring is A. 100%. B. 75%. C. 50%. D. 25%.

Weegy: If a homozygous dominant (AA) ... the offspring of this cross) were 50% phenotypically dominant ... [ What is the probability that the offspring will be heterozygous ... ]
rveley85|Points 11|

User: The goal of _______ is to use cells and tissues to treat human illnesses or injuries. A. reproductive cloning B. clone therapy C. gene therapy D. therapeutic cloning

Weegy: The goal of A. therapeutic cloning is to use cells and tissues to treat human illnesses or injuries.
asero1010|Points 4484|

User: Which of the following best defines nondisjunction? A. Failure of chromosome pairs to separate B. Repetitive replications of the same piece of a chromosome C. Loss of a piece of a chromosome D. Complete exchange of chromosome pieces

Weegy: The following best defines nondisjunction: D. Failure of chromosome pairs to separate.
Janet17|Points 4801|

User: Which one of the following phrases best describes the human karyotype? A. Sex chromosomes along with 23 pairs of autosomes B. One pair of sex chromosomes and 22 pairs of autosomes C. X and Y chromosomes and 22 pairs of autosomes D. 46 pairs of autosomes

Weegy: One pair of sex chromosomes and 22 pairs of autosomes- best describes the human karyotype.
emdjay23|Points 2812|

User: A parent with type AB blood could not produce a child with type A. O. B. B. C. A. D. AB.

Weegy: A parent with type AB blood could not produce a child with type A. O.
Expert answered|paral|Points 5104|

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