The progeria punnett square is used for the determination of the genetic disorder that leads to rapid aging in children. This condition is caused due to mutation in the LMNA gene, and this is a very rare condition.

Since the disease has been discovered recently, there is not must evolutionary evidence, available for the identification of the disease. According to the progeria punnett square, statistics reveal that only one in one lakh babies may be affected by this disease.

Thus, with the aid of the progeria punnett square it is possible to identify the symptoms associated with this disease and these include graying hair, hair loss and a high pitched tone of voice. There is thin skin and loss of fat associated with this condition. One may also notice wrinkles and decreasing muscles mass is also evident in this condition.

If an individual is having progeria then according to the progeria punnett square, there is very low probability that the brother or sister will be having this disease. Statistical studies reveal that most of the patient suffering from progeria may be Caucasians.

The progeria punnett square shows that there is a specific pattern in the inheritance of this disease. In the case of a carrier there may be no associated symptoms of progeria and the Punnet square is very helpful in depicting the incidence of progeria condition in the next generation.