Gamete Production: in the following examples please list the possible gametes produced 1) In humans, sickle cell anemia is a disease caused by a mutation of a single gene that codes for an important protein. The allele for the normal protein is dominant (S) to the one that causes sickle cell anemia. a. What gametes would be produced by an individual who suffers from sickle cell anemia produce? b. What gamester would be produce by an individual that is a carrier of the sickle cell trait?

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Gamete Production: in the following examples please list the possible gametes produced

1) In humans, sickle cell anemia is a disease caused by a mutation of a single gene that codes for an important protein. The allele for the normal protein is dominant (S) to the one that causes sickle cell anemia.

a. What gametes would be produced by an individual who suffers from sickle cell anemia produce?

b. What gamester would be produce by an individual that is a carrier of the sickle cell trait?

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