Nov '11
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    Certain genetic diseases skip generations in some families meaning the parent generation (Generation 0) will phenotypically exhibit the disease, their children (Generation 1) will not, but their grandchildren (Generation 2) can exhibit the trait again. Such traits are typically

     

    A

    autosomal recessive

    B

    autosomal dominant

    C

    X-linked dominant

    D

    The answer cannot be determined with the given information




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