Sex-linked inheritance by Puzon and Tope

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Sex-linked inheritance by Puzon and Tope

  1. 1. Sex linkage is the phenotypic expression of anallele related to the chromosomal sex of theindividual. This mode of inheritance is incontrast to the inheritance of traits on autosomalchromosomes, where both sexes have the sameprobability of inheritance.
  2. 2. In mammals, XY develops testicles, which secrete male sexhormones, and the fetus develops into a male. An XX fetusdevelops into a female. Thus sperm can be either X or Y;ova are always X.Sex linked inheritance involves genes located on either theX or the Y chromosome. Females can be homozygous orheterozygous for genes carried on the X chromosome; malescan only be hemizygous.
  3. 3. X-linked recessive:The most common type of sex-linked inheritance involvesgenes on the X chromosome, which behave more or less asrecessives.Females, having two X chromosomes, have a good chanceof having the normal gene on one of the two. Males,however, have only one copy of the X chromosome - and theY chromosome does not carry many of the same genes as theX, so there is no normal gene to counter the defective X. ♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀♀
  4. 4. An example of this type of inheritance is color blindness inhuman beings. Using lower case letters for affected, wehave Affected male: xY Color blind Non-affected males XY Normal color vision Affected female xx Color blind Carrier female xX Normal color vision
  5. 5. THE POSSIBLE MATINGS:xY to xx (both parents affected) xx females and xY males, all offspring affected.xY to Xx (affected father, carrier mother) half the females will be xX and carriers, half will be xxand affected. Half the males will be XY and clear, half will be xY and affected.xY to XX (affected father, clear mother) all male ofspring XY clear, all daughters Xx carriers.Note that the daughters of an affected male are obligate carriers or affected. The unaffected sonsof an affected male cannot carry the problem.XY to xx (father clear, mother affected) xY males (affected) and xX daughters (carriers.)XY to Xx (father clear, mother carrier) half the males affected (xY) and half clear (XY); halffemales clear (XX) and half carriers (Xx)XY to XX (father and mother both genetic clears) all offspring clear.Note that all female offspring of affected males are obligate carriers (if not affected.) Likewise,any female who has an affected son is a carrier. Non-affected sons of affected fathers aregenetically clear.This type of inheritance may be complicated by the sublethal effect of some X-linked genes.Hemophilia A in many mammals (including dogs and people) is a severe bleeding disorderinherited just like the color-blindness above. Many affected individuals will die before breeding,but for those who are kept alive and bred for other outstanding traits, non-affected sons will nothave or produce the disease. All daughters, however, will be carriers.
  6. 6. X-Linked Dominant Inheritance A male or female child of a mother affected with anX-Linked dominant trait has a 50% chance of inheritingthe mutation and thus being affected with the disorder. All female children of an affected father will beaffected (daughters possess their fathers X-chromosome). No male children of an affected father willbe affected (sons do not inherit their fathers X-chromosome).
  7. 7. Y-linked inheritance:The Y chromosome in most species is very short with veryfew genes other than those that determine maleness. Y-linkedinheritance would show sons the same as their fathers, with noeffect from the mother or in daughters.In humans, hairy ears appear to be inherited through the Ychromosome. Padgett does not list any known problem in dogsas being Y-linked. ♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂♂
  8. 8. XX The symbol used for females •DD/Dd= normal XY The symbol used for males (dominant trait) •dd= diabetic (recessive trait)XD XD Homozygous normal femaleXD X d Heterozygous normal female (carrier) HOMOGAMETIC = having same sex chromosomes HETEROGAMETIC =Xd Xd Homozygous affected female having different sex chromosomesXD Y Normal male HEMIZYGOUS = is the condition with one kindXd Y Affected male
  9. 9. Ex. 1 A Heterozygous normal female marries a diabetic male. XD Xd x Xd Y XD Y XD Xd Xd Xd Xd Y 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 Ex. 2 A homozygous diabetic female marries anormal male. Xd Xd x XD Y XD Xd Xd Y XD Xd Xd Y 2 : 2 ► both phenotypic ratio and genotypic ratio ► all of their son will be diabetic
  10. 10. Sex-Linked Inheritance Problem Set The study of inheritance of genes located on sexchromosomes were pioneered by T. H. Morgan andhis students at the beginning of the 20th century.Although Morgan studied fruit flies, the same geneticprinciples apply to humans. Since males and femalesdiffer in their sex chromosomes, inheritance patternsfor X-chromosome linked genes vary between thesexes.
  11. 11. Problem 1: Crossing a white-eyedfemale and red-eyed male flyIn a cross between a white-eyedfemale fruit fly and red-eyed male,O % of the female offspring willhave white eyes.Problem 2: Another white-eyedfemale x red-eyed male fly cross All of the females will have redeyes; all of the males will havewhite eyes.All of the females are red-eyed andheterozygous. All of the males arewhite-eyed and hemizygous.
  12. 12. Genotypes and phenotypes of parentsThe female parent must behomozygous because shehas the recessive white-eyed phonotype.The male parent ishemizygous, red-eyed.
  13. 13. Genotypes and phenotypes of offspring All of the females eggs will contain an X chromosome with the white-eye mutation. The sperm will contain either a normal X chromosome or a Y chromosome.
  14. 14. Summary We use a Punnett Square to predict the outcome of thiscross Female offspring receive an X chromosome from boththe sperm and egg. All females receive the dominant, red-eyedallele from their fathers and the recessive, white-eyed allelefrom their mothers.

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