Question

What is the probability of cousins 7 & 15 producing an albino offspring?

Consider the pedigree in Figure 1. Unless there is evidence to the contrary, assume tha
individuals that have married into the family do not carry the recessive gene for the trait.
Aa
Ar
3.
7
8
10
11
15 16 17
13
14
Figure 1. Human pedigree showing four generations. Circles represent females,
and squares represent males. Shaded circles and squares represent albino
individuals.

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Consider the pedigree in Figure 1. Unless there is evidence to the contrary, assume tha individuals that have married into the family do not carry the recessive gene for the trait. Aa Ar 3. 7 8 10 11 15 16 17 13 14 Figure 1. Human pedigree showing four generations. Circles represent females, and squares represent males. Shaded circles and squares represent albino individuals.

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