A woman with two genes for hacmophilia and one gene f<.1r colour blindness on one of the ·x· chromosomes marries a n

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Q 2746145973.     A woman with two genes for hacmophilia and
one gene f<.1r colour blindness on one of the ·x·
chromosomes marries a normal man. !low will
the progeny be?
AIPMT 1998
A

50% hacmophilic colour-blind sons and 50');, normal sons

B

50'% haemophilic daughters (carrier) and 50'% colour blind daughters (carrier)

C

all sons and daughters haemophilic and colour-blind

D

haemophilic and colour-blind daughters.

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