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15 May, 11:21

For sickle-cell disease, assume S is the dominant allele and s is the recessive allele. Which genotype are possible for offspring of a carrier (Ss) and a person who lacks the sickle-cell is allele (SS) ?

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  1. 15 May, 12:11
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    SS and Ss? Sorry if that wasn't even correct but i used a punnet square thing and i haven't done this in 2 or 3 years
  2. 15 May, 13:06
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    The possible genotype for offspring offspring of a carrier (Ss) and a person who lacks the sickle-cell is allele (SS) are: SS and Ss

    Types of gametes produced by carrier parent: S and s

    Types of gametes produced by normal parent: S

    The offspring produced by this cross can have two types of genotypes: SS and Ss.

    The same is shown with the hep of Punnett square below.
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