Inheritance pattern

Inheritance pattern

Refers to dominant or recessive inheritance.
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In this patient, the inheritance pattern is obviously recessive, as the parents are both healthy heterozygous mutation carriers.
and inheritance pattern of seed yield and oil quality contributing traits in Brassica campestris L.
NF1 often follows an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern, although up to 50% of patients with NF1 arise de novo from spontaneous mutations.
CAPTION: Figure 1: Pedigree chart showing the index case and affected of other male members of the family suggesting an X-linked recessive inheritance pattern.
With reference to genotype on a single locus, there are twenty five different parent unions possible in nuclear pedigrees, six for each of autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive, X-linked dominant, X-linked recessive (6+6+6+6 = 24) and one for Y-linked inheritance pattern.
Cystinosis is a lysosomal storage disease with an autosomal recessive inheritance pattern.
The severity of EB is generally dependent upon many factors including type, subtype, and inheritance pattern.
The condition was initially described in Japanese patients, where it is still most common, in which 7-10% of cases are familial with autosomal dominant inheritance pattern.
Seven diverse wheat genotypes were selected and crossed in all possible combinations to study the inheritance pattern of dry matter partitioning traits under normal and drought conditions.
Recent molecular genetic studies show evidence for a recessive inheritance pattern only.
Abstract: General and specific combining ability effects were discriminated in different parents and offspring to isolate the potential of genotypes used in diallel system to attain the genetic inheritance pattern ascertain with the nature of gene action.
What is the inheritance pattern of this patient's disorder?