The questions below all refer to the following pedigree. The locus for allele D/d determines how cilia function within the body. Mutations at this allele cause abnormal ciliary function, resulting in a clinical disorder characterized by frequent respiratory infections (including in the ears, sinuses, and lungs), as well as infertility. In the pedigree, black circles/squares represent individuals affected by the disorder. White circles/squares represent unaffected individuals. Remember, if a trait is rare in a population (such as this one), we assume individuals marrying into the family are NOT carriers unless the information provided indicates otherwise. A1 A2 II B1 B2 B3 B4. B5 B6_ II C1. C2 C3. C4. C5 IV D1. D2, D4 . D5 Individuals C2 and C3 are considering having additional children. However, having already had a child with this disorder, they visit a genetic counselor to determine what the probability is that their future child would have the disorder. If C2 and C3 have another child, what is the probability that the child will have the disorder? Show your work with a Punnett Square (0.5pts) in addition to stating the probability

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The questions below all refer to the following pedigree. The locus for allele D/d determines how cilia
function within the body. Mutations at this allele cause abnormal ciliary function, resulting in a clinical
disorder characterized by frequent respiratory infections (including in the ears, sinuses, and lungs), as
well as infertility. In the pedigree, black circles/squares represent individuals affected by the disorder.
White circles/squares represent unaffected individuals. Remember, if a trait is rare in a population
(such as this one), we assume individuals marrying into the family are NOT carriers unless the
information provided indicates otherwise.
A1
A2
II
B1
B2
B3
B4.
B5
B6_
II
C1.
C2
C3.
C4.
C5
IV
D1.
D2,
D4 .
D5
Individuals C2 and C3 are considering having additional children. However, having already had a child
with this disorder, they visit a genetic counselor to determine what the probability is that their future
child would have the disorder. If C2 and C3 have another child, what is the probability that the child
will have the disorder? Show your work with a Punnett Square (0.5pts) in addition to stating the
probability
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The questions below all refer to the following pedigree. The locus for allele D/d determines how cilia function within the body. Mutations at this allele cause abnormal ciliary function, resulting in a clinical disorder characterized by frequent respiratory infections (including in the ears, sinuses, and lungs), as well as infertility. In the pedigree, black circles/squares represent individuals affected by the disorder. White circles/squares represent unaffected individuals. Remember, if a trait is rare in a population (such as this one), we assume individuals marrying into the family are NOT carriers unless the information provided indicates otherwise. A1 A2 II B1 B2 B3 B4. B5 B6_ II C1. C2 C3. C4. C5 IV D1. D2, D4 . D5 Individuals C2 and C3 are considering having additional children. However, having already had a child with this disorder, they visit a genetic counselor to determine what the probability is that their future child would have the disorder. If C2 and C3 have another child, what is the probability that the child will have the disorder? Show your work with a Punnett Square (0.5pts) in addition to stating the probability