A genetic disease whereby the faulty gene is carried on the X chromosome.
a term that refers to genes on the X chromosome.
The presence of a gene on the X chromosome. a.k.a. X-linkage.
A genetic condition arising when an allele coding for a specific genetic trait or disease is only found on the X-chromosome. If such an allele is recessive, a female (who has two X- chromosomes) doesn’t get the trait, but a male (who has only one X- chromosome) does. X-linked traits are carried by mothers and passed to their sons.
Refers to any gene found on the X chromosome or traits determined by such genes. Refers also to the specific mode of inheritance of such genes.
A gene which is present on the X chromosome.
relating to genes or characteristics or conditions carried on the X chromosome; "an X-linked mutation"
A gene that is transmitted by the X chromosome. Hemophilia is an X-linked, recessive trait.
Refers to genes that are located on the X-chromosome
Traits associated with the X chromosome which may be normal or disease causing.
Inheritance of a gene or genetic trait on the X chromosome; in other words, sex-linked.
pertaining to genes or the characteristics or conditions they transmit; x-linked disorders included muscular dystrophy and hemophilia.