Tagged: x-inherited genes

Colour blindness and Bayes’ theorem - Physics Stop

Marcus Wilson Dec 13, 2018

Following from my last post, there’s more to say about colour blindness in my family. This time we’ll look at my side of the family.  My maternal grandfather was red-green colour blind. That means my mother is a carrier of red-green colour blindness, with a “faulty” (well, “alternative” would be better) X-chromosome.  And as a male, it meant I … Read More