Color Blindness

by: Devon and Natali

Definition

Color blindness is an inherited condition that affects males more frequently than females. According to prevent color blindness in america, an estimate of 8% of males and less than 1% in females.

Sex-linked

color blindness is a sex-linked recessive trait
Color blindness is usually a genetic condition. Red/green and blue color blindness is usually passed down from the parents.
Are you Color Blind!?

What chromosomes are located on.

In the x chromosomes.

Prognosis

The outcome is you cant see blue, red, and green. Might be in both eyes, one eye, you can have it forever, or a short time.

Is it recessive or dominant

Color blindness is basically a recessive condition.