Explain the simultaneous origin of turner syndrome

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A woman with Turner syndrome is found to be colorblind (X-linked recessive phenotype). Both her mother and her father have normal vision. a. Explain the simultaneous origin of Turner syndrome and colorblindness by the abnormal behavior of chromosomes at meiosis. b. Can your explanation distinguish whether the abnormal chromosome behavior occurred in the father or the mother? c. Can your explanation distinguish whether the abnormal chromosome behavior occurred at the first or second division of meiosis? d. Now assume that a colorblind Klinefelter man has parents with normal vision, and answer parts a, b, and c.

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