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Q: Are the color blind genes nore often passed on form the father or the mother?
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Does the mother or father pass on the color blind trait?

It depends. If the child is male, the person to pass the trait on must be the mother. She may be a hybrid or color-blind herself for her to be capable of doing this. If the child is female, the father must be color-blind in addition to the mother being a carrier. Both have to donate the recessive gene to their daughter.


What is the probability that a woman whose father was color blind will have a son who is color blind?

50%. 1 of the two male offspring will definately be color blind. Do a punnett square with the father having normal vision and the mother being a carrier.


What is the probability of color blindness if the father is color blind and the mother carries the trait?

If the father is color blind and the mother carries the trait, there is a 50% chance that a son will be color blind and a 50% chance that a daughter will carry the trait. This is because color blindness is a sex-linked trait, with the gene for color blindness being located on the X chromosome. Sons inherit their X chromosome from their mother, who carries the trait, and their Y chromosome from their father, who is color blind. Daughters inherit one X chromosome from each parent.


What are the possibilities of a person passing color blindness to their offspring?

Color Blindness is most commonly the result of hereditary reception of a genetically defective X chromosome. The chromosome usually comes from a carrier mother, and has a 50% chance of being passed to her son. A daughter of the same mother will have a 50% chance of also becoming a carrier, and is only likely at risk of becoming color blind if the father is color blind.


Does the daughter and son suffer from color blindness if their mother is suffering from the color blindness disorder?

If the mother is color blind, the son will be color blind. The daughter will only be color blind if the father is also color blind. As to if they will suffer from it, that depends on their self esteem and whether or not they choose to view themselves as a victim as their mother apparently does. It should be noted that although many people have color blindness, it is rare to actually suffer from it. One possible way that one might suffer is if s/he were attempting to disarm a bomb and could not tell what color the wires were.


Will a boy who's father is color blind inherite the gene?

If gene related to color blindness is dominant one compared to other genes of father or mother, then the boy inherit the gene (character).


What would the genotypes of parents have to be to have a color blind daughter?

The daughter's father would have to have been colour blind, and the mother would need the inheritive gene from her father (the mother doesn't nessecarily need to show it, just have a colourblind father) in order for a female to end up actually colourblind. However, it's extremely rare.


If a color blind man has a color blind daughter then the mother has to be color blind as well?

The father has to be colorblind for the daughter to be colorblind because both X chromosomes must have the colorblindness gene in females because the colorblind gene is recessive. If only the mother is color deficient, then she merely passes on the gene to one of the X chromosomes in a female. If both the mother and father are both colorblind, then both X chromosomes in the female are effected and the female is colorblind. There are two scenarios in which a daughter may be born colorblind. 1. The father is colorblind and the mother is a carrier of the colorblind gene. The daughter will be either colorblind or a carrier of the colorblind gene. 2. The father and mother are both colorblind. If this is the case, then all of the children will be born colorblind.


What must be true about the father?

he is color-blind


A color blind son inherited this trait from?

his mother because color blindness is a sex-linked trait that is found on the X chromosome, which is inherited from the mother, as opposed to the Y chromosome, which is inherited from the father. So a male can only inherit the gene for color blindness from his mom.


What color flower do you wear if your father passed?

his favorite color


Which parental pair could produce female with color blindness?

If the father carries the gene for color blindness on his X chromosome and the mother is a carrier of the gene, there is a 50% chance that their daughter could inherit the gene for color blindness and be affected. The daughter would need to inherit the X chromosome carrying the gene from both parents to have color blindness.