Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIIIs second wife, was beheaded because she did not provide him with a son as an heir. Explain why King Henry should have blamed himself and not his wife.

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    The eggs that females produce contain either an X or a Y chromosome, so their genetic contribution to the child is unrelated to its sex.
    All of the sperm that males produce contain an X chromosome, so their genetic contribution to the child determines its sex.
    All of the eggs that females produce contain an X chromosome, so their genetic contribution to the child does not determine its sex.

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All of the eggs that females produce contain an X chromosome, so their genetic contribution to the child does not determine its sex.
answered May 31, 2013 by Bioshare ~Top Expert~ (34,070 points)

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