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In regards to color-blindness, I have a question! (Please make sure to note how the trait is passed on first.)

If a woman is affected by colorblindness are both of her parents carriers or just one? What if a man is affected - do both of his parents have to be carriers for the disease?

Do you think a color blind woman would pass this trait on to her sons and daughters or not?

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