The boys don't pass on the girls!

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The boys don't pass on the girls!

2016-07-21 12:54:10 356 ℃

Genetic disease is children at birth before the father or mother to bring the children of certain diseases, such as obesity, bald and diabetes and so on. But some genetic disease will only pass to the boy and will not be implicated to the girl. Let us together to see what kind of genetic disease.

The first is hemophilia, hemophilia probably explain that your blood is not a way to solidify, as long as the injury will be a lot of blood. Even in the physical appearance without injury or bleeding, in your bones, the joint will be bleeding. This disease is usually a mother with then for my son.

There is red green color blindness of the disease, perhaps ordinary sounds that did not how big things well, is not color blind just, when you real experience is very terrible. But the disease is not a father or mother will be inherited to the child, this kind of disease is relatively special. Father usually passed to his daughter, and the daughter to the grandson. This seems a bit complicated, but simple to say, is that if the patient is the father will pass to his daughter, if the disease is the mother will pass to his son.

There is a kind of disease is about muscle, this disease occurs when the calf becomes very rough but not on the strength, thigh muscle atrophy. Walking posture is very embarrassing, will be like a duck. A few years later the patient will be paralyzed, eventually because of muscle weakness and death. This disease is generally in the 4, 5 years old children who attack, wait until the age of 20 may face the threat of death. In general, most of these conditions are in the majority of men, and the majority of women are the cause of the disease.

The last kind of genetic disease called broad bean disease, perhaps you see here will feel funny. But the world really have such a genetic disease, just as its name implies, favism nature and broad bean. The disease is because the child to eat beans caused by acute intravascular hemolysis and the age of the child are generally below the age of nine.

Suffering from the disease of the child's father and mother are generally healthy, but the child's mother may with a chromosome variation, so born boy is half as likely to develop the horsebean disease, and the chances of a girl is than boys to many small.