What is an autosomal inheritance?
Autosomal DNA makes up the numbered, non-sex chromosomes found in the nucleus of most cells. In humans, chromosome pairs 1-22 are autosomal, and pair 23 is the sex chromosome (X or Y).
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Autosomal inheritance occurs when the gene being passed down from parent to offspring is located on an autosomal (non-sex) chromosome. Each autosomal...
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from Biology 102: Basic GeneticsChapter 6 / Lesson 3