X-linked recessive trait refers to an attribute determined by recessive gene that appears only on X chromosomes ; because the gene determining these characteristics is recessive (that is, dominated by other genes that might appear at the same location on X chromosomes), such characteristics are more common among males; who have only one X chromosome. X-linked recessive trait is also called Sex-linked trait

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