Sickle Cell Anaemia
The gene that causes Sickle Cell Anaemia is recessive, meaning that it is only expressed when two copies of the gene are inherited (Kumar et al., 2019). For two phenotypically healthy parents to have a child suffering from Sickle Cell Anaemia, they must both carry one recessive gene, or homozygous recessive, for Sickle Cell Anaemia, denoted as ss (Bruno & Gordon, 2020). In order to illustrate the possibilities of the children’s genotypes, a Punnett diagram can be used. The Punnett diagram in Figure 1 below shows that if both parents are homozygous recessive for the gene for Sickle Cell Anaemia, there is a 25% chance that their child will be homozygous recessive for the gene, therefore will suffer from Sickle Cell Anaemia. Cont…
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