On the off chance that a Gene is discovered just on the X chromosome and not the Y chromosome, it is said to be a sex-connected characteristic. Since the Gene controlling the characteristic is spotted on the sex chromosome, sex linkage is connected to the sex of the single person. Generally such Genes are found on the X chromosome. The Y chromosome is subsequently missing such Genes (See Diagram above.). The result is that females will have two duplicates of the sex-connected Gene while guys will just have one duplicate of this Gene. On the off chance that the Gene is latent, then guys just need one such passive Gene to have a sex-connected characteristic instead of the standard two latent Genes for characteristics that are not sex-connected. This is the reason guys display a few Genes more habitually than females. Please Best :)
Feb 2nd, 2015
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