What are some examples of sex linkage?
Refer to the Explanation.
X-linked traits are sex-linked traits determined by genes on the X-chromosome. Some X-linked traits in humans are; red-green colorblindness, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, hemophilia A, and hemophilia B. These are all recessive traits, and affect males with a much greater frequency than females.
There are also Y-linked traits on the Y-chromosome that are passed exclusively from father to son. One of these genes is the