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It all depends on the baby, your family before you. So if you have any further questions I would ask a scientist or maybe even your primary care doctor. Glad to help. =)
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The genetics of eye color are more complex than realized previously. Almost any parent-child combination of eye colors can occur.
Yes, because your genes have both dominant and recessive traits, so you may have 1 blue and 1 brown and your wife may have 1 blue and 1 brown and (and this is gross simp…lification) when your genes combine if even one of your brown traits gets passed onto the child it will have brown eyes.
yes it can if both have a recessive trait for brown eyes which is unlikely because brown eyes is dominant gene. Blue eyes are the recessive trait so when a baby is born …with blue it has blue eye genes from both parents. but if the parent has a partial gens for brown eyes there is a chance to have a baby with brown eyes.
Mothers father brown-eyed, mother blue-eyed. fathers mother brown eyed, father blue-eyed.
The greater majority (around 98%) of all new born's are born with blue eyes. You really can't tell because genes are pretty random For the answer stated above, it is obviousl…y only true for Caucasian infants of course. Almost all infants of African, Indian, or Asian decent would obviously be brown. But with regards to the original question, the answer depends on the genetics of the brown-eyed father. If he has two brown alleles, than most likely the baby will also have brown eyes. However, if the father has one brown allele and one blue allele (and thus phenotypically brown-eyed, as brown is dominant), it is certainly possible for the baby to have blue eyes (receiving one blue allele from the father, and one blue allele from the mother...if in fact the mother is blue-green hazel). Mendelian genetics, in this case, would approximate 25% of the babies to be born blue-eyed.
Yes, if brown eyes ever appeared in any family member in the past, on either the father's or the mother's side of the family, the gene exists that could give their child brown… eyes.
It should be possible because my mom has blue eyes, my dad has brown and i got green eyes so i would say yes.
Yes, it happened with my dad. His dad had blue eyes and his mom has brown eyes and he ended up with hazel.
I'm not quite sure how to explain the answer fully but yes it is possible. I remember from biology and also my boyfriend has blue eyes and both of his parents have brown eyes.… - Yes, a brown eyed woman and a brown eyed man can make a blue eyed baby. You see, as long as both of the parents are holding a 'recessive' blue-eyed trait (that they are not showing in their phenotype). There is a 1/4 chance that the child be blue eyed.
Yes. Brown eye gene = B Blue eye gene = b Each person has two copies of the eye color gene in their genome, one inherited from each parent. Now if both parents only carry th…e gene for brown eyes, BB and BB, then their child will receive one B from each parent, ending up as BB. The same works for blue eyes, if that's the only gene both parents carry, bb and bb. Each parents gives on b to the child, who ends up as bb. If you have one parent who only has the gene for brown eyes, BB, and one parent who only has the gene for blue eyes, bb, then all the children will have brown eyes. Example: One parent gives a B, the other gives a b. Bb = brown eyes. Here's why: When you have two alleles (coding sequences) from genes that are at odds with each other, one version will override the the other. When dealing with eye color, B always dominates b. But these children now carry the b gene in them, and could pass it down to their own children. Some of them, depending on the other parent, could end up with blue eyes. If one parent is Bb, and the other is bb, then each time they have a child, there is a 50% chance it will have blue eyes. Example: First parent is Bb, second parent is bb, then their children will end up as either Bb, bb, Bb, bb. If both parents carry the genes for brown eyes and blue eyes, then each time they have a child, there is a 25% chance it will have blue eyes. Example: First parent is Bb, second parent is Bb, then their children will end up as either BB, Bb, Bb, bb.
Yes. The woman can be heterogeneous non-blue. That means she carries a blue eyed gene and a non-blue eyed gene. The blue eyed is normally recessive so he carries both blue eye… genes and doesn't carry a non-blue gene. If two blue eyed parents have a child then the child will be blue eyed.
yes, it depends on how strong the blue eyed gene is
Yes. Hazel is either a green eye with brown in it, or a brown eye with green in it.
Yes. Blue eyes is a recessive gene, and if you both carry it, there is a 1/4 chance of a Blue eyed baby
Yeah Sure, children can have any eye colour.