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More Complex genetics: Sex-linked genetic disorders - colour blindness and haemophilia and non-sex-linked inheritance of blood groups

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(1) Introduction to sex-linked genetic disorders

(2) Colour blindness - a sex linked genetic disorder

(3) Haemophilia - a sex linked genetic disorder

(4) Inheritance of blood groups, not sex-linked, codominance example

(5) Huntington's disease, not sex-linked

(6) Down's Syndrome, genetic screening for genetic abnormalities

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