Genetic Conditions 1005-11
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111714 Genetic Conditions Gene Mutations autosomal recessive autosomal dominant sexlinked recessive sexlinked dominant Autosomal recessive must inherit two copies of the allele to display disorder two carriers have A chance of producing affected offspring examples cystic fibrosis Xeroderrna pigmentosum can t repair DNA from UV exposure Mutations create new alleles leading to genetic diversity can be harmful beneficial or neutral majority DNA Repair Three Steps recognize structural defects in DNA proteins remove damaged areas by special enzymes repair intact DNA strand New strand Old strand