Problem: Females who are "carriers" for hemophilia:  a. Theoretically pass the allele for hemophilia to half of their offspring b. Theoretically pass the allele for hemophilia to half of their daughters who become at least "carriers" for this disorder c. All are correct d. Theoretically pass the allele for hemophilia to half of their sons who become hemophiliacs e. Usually do not show any symptoms of hemophilia

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Females who are "carriers" for hemophilia: 

a. Theoretically pass the allele for hemophilia to half of their offspring

b. Theoretically pass the allele for hemophilia to half of their daughters who become at least "carriers" for this disorder

c. All are correct

d. Theoretically pass the allele for hemophilia to half of their sons who become hemophiliacs

e. Usually do not show any symptoms of hemophilia

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