Autosomal and sex linked
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AP Biology : Understanding Autosomal and Sex-Linked Inheritance
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Sex linkage describes the sex-specific patterns of inheritance and presentation when a gene mutation allele is present on a sex chromosome allosome rather than a non-sex chromosome autosome. In humans, these are termed X-linked recessive , X-linked dominant and Y-linked. The inheritance and presentation of all three differ depending on the sex of both the parent and the child. This makes them characteristically different from autosomal dominance and recessiveness. There are many more X-linked conditions than Y-linked conditions, since humans have several times as many genes on the X chromosome than the Y chromosome.
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Sex linked is a trait in which a gene is located on a sex chromosome. In humans, the term generally refers to traits that are influenced by genes on the X chromosome. This is because the X chromosome is large and contains many more genes than the smaller Y chromosome.
NCBI Bookshelf. It is important to understand the basic laws of inheritance to appreciate how conditions are passed on in a family. An accurate family health history is a valuable tool to illustrate how conditions are passed down through generations.
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