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Aside from X-linked, holandric, and pseudoautosomal inheritance, two inheritance patterns show nonreciprocity without necessarily being under the control of loci on the sex chromosomes. Sex-limited traits are traits expressed in only one sex, although the genes are present in both. In women, breast and ovary formation are sex-limited traits, as are facial hair distribution and sperm production in men. Nonhuman examples are plumage patterns in birds in many species, the male is brightly colored and horns found only in males of certain sheep species. Milk yield in mammals is expressed phenotypically only in females. Sex-influenced, or sex-conditioned, traits appear in both sexes but occur in one sex more than the other. Pattern, or premature, baldness in human beings is an example of a sex-in uenced trait. In women, it is usually expressed as a thinning of hair rather than as balding. Apparently testosterone, the male hormone, is required for the full expression of the allele.
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Inheritance patterns in many organisms are relatively easy to determine, because crucial crosses can test hypotheses about the genetic control of a particular trait. Many of these same organisms produce an abundance of offspring so that investigators can gather numbers large enough to compute ratios. Recall Mendel s work with garden peas; his 3:1 ratio in the F2 generation led him to suggest the rule of segregation. If Mendel s sample sizes had been smaller, he might not have seen the ratio. Think of the dif culties Mendel would have faced had he decided to work with human beings instead of pea plants. Human geneticists face the same problems today. The occurrence of a trait in one of four children does not necessarily indicate a true 3:1 ratio. To determine the inheritance pattern of many human traits, human geneticists often have little more to go on than a pedigree that many times does not include critical mating combinations. Frequently uncertainties and ambiguities plague pedigree analysis, a procedure whereby conclusions are often a product of the process of elimination. Other dif culties human geneticists encounter are the lack of penetrance and different degrees of expressivity in many traits. Both are aspects of the expression of a phenotype.
Penetrance and Expressivity
Penetrance refers to the appearance in the phenotype of genotypically determined traits. Unfortunately for geneticists, not all genotypes penetrate the phenotype. For example, a person could have the genotype that speci es vitamin-D-resistant rickets and yet not have rickets (a bone disease).This disease is caused by a sex-linked dominant allele and is distinguished from normal vitamin D de ciency by its failure to respond to low levels of vitamin D. It does, however, respond to very high levels of vitamin D and is thus treatable. In any case, in some family trees, affected children are born to unaffected parents.This would violate the rules of dominant inheritance because one of the parents must have had the allele yet did not express it.The fact that the parent actually had the allele is demonstrated by the occurrence of low levels of phosphorus in the blood, a pleiotropic effect of the same allele. The low-phosphorus aspect of the phenotype is always fully penetrant. Thus, certain genotypes, often those for developmental traits, are not always fully penetrant. Most genotypes, however, are fully penetrant. For example, no known cases exist of individuals homozygous for albinism who do not actually lack pigment. Vitamin-D-resistant rickets illustrates another case in which a phenotype that is not genetically determined mimics a phenotype that is. This
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phenocopy is the result of dietary de ciency or environmental trauma. A dietary de ciency of vitamin D, for example, produces rickets that is virtually indistinguishable from genetically caused rickets. Many developmental traits not only sometimes fail to penetrate, but also show a variable pattern of expression, from very mild to very extreme, when they do. For example, cleft palate is a trait that shows both variable penetrance and variable expressivity. Once the genotype penetrates, the severity of the impairment varies considerably, from a very mild external cleft to a very severe clefting of the hard and soft palates. Failure to penetrate and variable expressivity are not unique to human traits but are characteristic of developmental traits in many organisms.
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