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  • Rhoda Hahn

    Autosomal recessive inheritance. Examples include: sickle cell anemia, alkaptonuria, phenylketonuria, albinism, Tay-Sach's, thalassaemia and cystic fibrosis.

  • Samantha Urban

    Cystic Fibrosis an autosomal recessive trait located on Chromosome 7.

  • Cheriz K

    genetics #cysticfibrosis

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    Lol..i know a girl ..we are not friends anymore. .because of this..i wish there were a cure..

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    Wat no there is no "female" version of NPD. Personality traits and flaws are genderless.

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    Sadly yes it does Danita LOL

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funny-teachers-crazy-things-answers. My personal favorite is the last question! A high school senior asked me that one time. Just once.

Thalassemias are inherited disorders—that is, they're passed from parents to children through genes. People who inherit faulty hemoglobin genes from one parent but normal genes from the other are called carriers. Carriers often have no signs of illness other than mild anemia. However, they can pass the faulty genes on to their children. From the National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute