In humans, the recessive genes for color blindness and night blindness (“night blindness”) are linked to the X chromosome

In humans, the recessive genes for color blindness and night blindness (“night blindness”) are linked to the X chromosome and are located at a distance of 40 morganids from each other. The webbing of the legs is inherited as a recessive trait linked to the Y chromosome. What kind of children and in what ratio can be expected from a marriage of a diheterozygous woman and a man with webbed legs, color blindness and “night blindness” if:
1) in a woman, the genes for color blindness and night blindness are in the cis position (there is no crossing over);
2) in a woman, the genes for color blindness and night blindness are in a trans position (there is no crossing over);
3) in a woman, the genes for color blindness and night blindness are in the cis position (crossing over occurs);
4) are the genes for color blindness and night blindness in a woman in a trans position (crossing over occurs)?

1) From the marriage of a diheterozygous woman and a man with webbed legs, color blindness and “night blindness”, if a woman has genes for color blindness and night blindness in the cis-position (crossingover is absent), girls with normal vision without webbed legs, girls – daltonics with night blindness without webbed legs, boys with normal vision and webbed legs and color blind boys with night blindness and webbed legs in a ratio of 1: 1: 1: 1;
2) from the marriage of a diheterozygous woman and a man with webbed legs, color blindness and night blindness, if the woman has genes for color blindness and night blindness in the trans position (there is no crossing over), girls with normal color vision with night blindness and without webbed legs can be expected , color-blind girls with night blindness without webbed feet; color-blind boys with normal night vision and webbed feet; and boys with normal color vision but with night blindness and webbed feet in a ratio of 1: 1: 1: 1;
3) from the marriage of a diheterozygous woman and a man with webbed legs, color blindness and “night blindness”, if a woman has genes for color blindness and night blindness in the cis position (crossingover occurs), 15% of girls with normal vision without webbed legs can be expected , 15% of girls with color blindness with night blindness and without webbed legs, 10% of girls with color blindness with normal night vision and without webbed legs, 10% of girls with normal color vision but with night blindness and without webbed legs, 15% of boys with normal vision and webbed feet, 15% of color blind boys with night blindness and webbed feet, 10% of color blind boys with normal night vision and webbed feet, 10% of boys with night blindness, normal color vision and webbed feet;
4) from the marriage of a diheterozygous woman and a man with webbed legs, color blindness and “night blindness”, if a woman’s genes for color blindness and night blindness are in a trans position (crossing-gover occurs), 15% of girls with normal color vision, night blindness and without webbing of the legs, 15% of girls with color blindness with normal night vision and without webbing of the legs, 10% of girls with normal vision and without webbing of the legs, 10% of girls with color blindness with night blindness and without webbing of the legs, 15% of boys with normal color vision, night blindness and webbed feet, 15% of boys who are color blind with normal night vision and webbed feet, 10% of boys with normal vision and webbed feet, 10% of boys who are color blind with night blindness and webbed feet.

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