The A1 gene determines the development of normal eyeballs in humans. The A2 gene determines the almost complete

The A1 gene determines the development of normal eyeballs in humans. The A2 gene determines the almost complete absence of eyeballs (anophthalmia). The combination of A1A2 genes in the human genotype determines the development of reduced eyeballs (microphthalmia). What eye structure will children inherit if a man with anophthalmia married a woman with normal eyeball structure?

Children from a marriage of a man with anophthalmia and women with a normal eyeball structure will have reduced eyeballs (genotype A1A2).

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