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More complex genetics: 2. The genetics of colour blindness - example of an inherited sex-linked genetic disorder
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(2) Colour blindness - example of a genetic inheritance sex link
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Be able to describe and understand the genetics of colour blindness as an example of an inherited sex-linked genetic disorder.
Be able to construct genetic diagrams and Punnett square tables to explain the inheritance of colour blindness.
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