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29 March, 15:38

Assume that Emily (who has CF, a recessive disease (aa)) decides to have children with a man who does not have CF and who has no family history of CF. What combination of gametes can each of them produce, and what is the probability that they will have a child who is a carrier for CF?

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  1. 29 March, 17:36
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    Answer:100%. Probability

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Emily = aa

    Man = AA

    After crossing the two, the result wI'll be Aa, Aa, Aa, Aa

    Since every result has a carrier (a) in it, makes it 100% probability.
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