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Hazel is a form of brown eyes. Brown eyes are a dominant gene, blue are recessive. The person with the hazel eyes has a brown eyed blood realitive and will carry the gene to create a brown eyed child. Hope this helps you. If you are still concerned, there is always DNA tests.
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Yes because my Dad has brown eyes and my Mom has hazel eyes and I have brown eyes but my little brother has blue eyes. However, both of my parents have the recessive gene for …blue eyes but since brown eyes/hazel eyes are dominant, that is the colour that is seen.
it really hasn't been proved by lab people, but some people thinks it's possible.
The genetics of eye color are more complex than realized previously. Almost any parent-child combination of eye colors can occur.
Yes, absolutely. Hazel eyes is the combination of the blue and brown eye color gene. For instance, a blue eyed mother and brown eyed father could have a hazel eye colore…d child. So that means all hazel eyed children can have a brown eyed child because they carry the brown eyed gene in their DNA from their father, in this case.
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, i have brown eyes and my partner hazel,our boy has blue eyes, so does my grandfather and my mother in low
Yes, it happened with my dad. His dad had blue eyes and his mom has brown eyes and he ended up with hazel.
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. =)…
Yes, since the parents of the blue eyes could have had brown and blue or a different colour, so then the trait would be carried on. Brown is dominant, that's why it is the mos…t popular colour.
They can and do.
Yes. Green eyes and blue eyes are caused by the same gene. The genetics of eye color are more complex than realized previously. Almost any parent-child combination of eye colo…rs can occur.
a baby's appearance can be brought from several generations prior to you or your partner. just because neither of you have hazel eyes doesnt mean your baby wont there might be… a great great grandparent that had hazel eyes. For example my husband has brown eyes and mine are hazel but my daughters eyes are blue like my fathers.
Yes. Hazel is either a green eye with brown in it, or a brown eye with green in it.
No because there is not a lot of menalin in blue or green eyes people. Eye colour is part of our genetic code so it will not be passed down.
its a random case and will not be just one colour its different every time
Yes. The genetics of eye color are more complex than previously understood. Almost any parent-child combination of eye colors can occur.
Yeah Sure, children can have any eye colour.