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What does dominantly acting mutations that produce toxic proteins in reference to huntingtons disease mean?
Which bit of that don't you understand? Dominant mutation? Toxic protein? Or Huntington's?
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Which bit of that don't you understand? Dominant mutation? Toxic protein? Or Huntington's?
I figured it out.
Thanks anyway
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No worries, good stuff
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No worries, good stuff
Can you please help me with this question?

Syndrome is recessive and autosomal
Mother does not have the syndrome
she is a carrier.
This is a pedigree chart for her.

S s
s Ss ss
s Ss ss

The partner of an individual is heterozygous for the syndrome.

Complete the table to show their genotypes and phenotypes of their children

Table 1 Female Partner
Genotype
Gametes

Table 2:
Offspring genotypes:
Offspring phenotypes and their ratios

I would really appretiate it if you could help me please. :yes:
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