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Blood Types

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Genetically determined groups of human antigens represented by A or B, blood types include A, B, AB, or O and are important factors in transfusions and other medical procedures. An individual's blood type is inherited from the parents.
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     Genotype (DNA)     Blood Type     (+  , -) or (+ , +)  Rh  +    
Yes.   Blood type is determined by the antigens present on the surfaces of  red blood cells. There are three types of antigen, A, B and Rhesus.  O blood types have neither A or B antigens. A types have A, B have  B, and AB have both. Positive blood types have rhesus antigens, and  negative...
People having the blood group AB positive are called 'universal  acceptor' because both anti-A and anti-B antibodies, as well as  anti-D antibodies are absent in there blood circulation. Hence,  these people generally face no chances of agglutination when  transfused with blood of whatever blood...
No, AB Rh negative is the rarest blood type.
The alleles for Immunoglobulins are carried on autosomal  chromosomes, not on sex chromosomes. Hence, both parents are  equally responsible for a baby's blood type.
No, that's not true. If you are a Rh- mother then your  immune system will become sensitized by an Rh + baby and if you  were to have a second Rh+ baby without taking medication to control  this then that baby would have a condition called fetal  erythroblastosis.
I`m pretty sure that the answer is that the father has O negative  blood and the child`s blood took after the fathers. But my answer  could be wrong
It is possible in the very rarest of cases when actually the O  parent is an A without producing the protein. In most cases,  however, no.
In sexual reproduction among animals fertilization of egg takes  place by forming an internal transfer of germ cell by the two  parents of opposite sex. When the germ cells fuse it forms zygote.
O positive is the most common blood type making up about 38% of the  population.
No - the genes required for the parents to have an O positive blood  type make it impossible (except in the case of mutation) for them  to have a child with any other blood type than O.
Blood groups have nothing to do with marriage or even sexual  relations. Blood groups come into play for transfusions and  sometimes childbirth. It is important during times that large  quantities of blood are being exchanged, because the body can  reject certain types if they are not compatible...
I would need more information (like what blood types the child's  grandparents are) to narrow it down. The child could be:   - A negative   - A positive   - AB negative   - AB positive   - B negative   - B positive
the parents who say their child has been lost should have their blood test taken in order to find out their blood groups and all the lost childrens blood group should be taken. continuous study should be carried out to find whether the parents were hetrozygous or homozygous and all possiblities...
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby.   Parental information:   Mother type A -- can be AA or AO = contributes the A or O  gene  Father type O -- can only be OO = contributes the O gene   Baby receives one gene from each parent:   Baby is type AO  Baby is type OO  ...
No, that would cause a transfusion reaction...
The biggest advantage is that if people give blood, there will be  blood available if they should need it. If you aren't a donor  yourself, but would still wish to receive blood, then you aren't  being very honest. And if all were like you, the system would  collapse. And people would start...
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Rh factor or rehsus factor is also involved in blood groups. either a person is Rh+ or Rh-if u are A+ then u have blood group A and you are Rh+if you are A- then you have blood group A and you are Rh-
the parents could be IAIA IAIB IBIBconsider A and B as superscript as i dont know how to write it in superscript
yes they can..... positive and negetive blood group depends upon Rh factor and it is nothing to do with incomplete dominance of blood group.
A person with AB blood is a universal recipient, that is they can receive blood that is either A, B, AB or O providing the other antigens, eg Rh positive/negative, are compatible.
There are actually some minor variations depending where in the US you live and the ethnic make up of the population. As a whole 44% of America has O Blood Type - 85% of all people are Rh+
People with AB blood are universal recipients, people with 0 negative blood are universal donors.
Technically....yes.A group of cells form tissue, a group of tissues form organs, a group of organs form systems, a group of systems comprise the body.But, if we're going to get technical, the word transfusion is more applicable than the word transplant.Trans- loosely means from one place to another....
The primary function of the thymus is the processing and maturation of special lymphocytes (white blood cells) called T-lymphocytes or T-cells, which are associated with antibody production. T-lymphocytes migrate from the bone marrow to the thymus, where they mature and differentiate until activated...
Red blood cells/Erythrocytes: A mature blood cell hat contains hemoglobin to carry oxygen to the bodyily tissue White blood cells/Leukocytes: Fight infection Platelets/Thrombocytes: Helps blood to clot
Beyonce blood type is "O" negative also known as Rh blood negative.
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No. It is composed of red blood cells (oxygen carrying) and white blood cells (immunity and defense)
37.4% are O+35.7% are A+8.5% are B+3.4% are AB+6.6% are O-6.3% are A-1.5% are B-0.6% are AB-
In most of the labs they mix the blood with the Anti-serum to find out the blood group. Sometimes they check the mixed blood under microscope and may even perform another test called coomb's test for further confirmation if necessary. The procedure for doing it is given in standard medical and lab...
Lymphocytes or leukocytes
That dosnt make sense. Go to a mechanic because your car needs to  be fixed. You asked this in the wrong category!
get a bandana get beat up get money wear red. from saahir larosa       = Answer =   I'm going to say this in a sense that you have some clue about what I'm about to say. The child CAN indeed have a blood type of A negative, because the mother's Rh is Rr which is still considered Rh+...
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The genotype for Rh positive blood is either RR or Rr and the genotype for Rh negative blood is rr. Since the child gets one gene from each parent, they have the possibility of being either.
AB , the rarest bloodtype.
  Yes, if one parent had an AO genotype and the other had an OO genotype.
O+ can RECEIVE O+ or O- O- can RECEIVE O- A+ can RECEIVE A+, A-, O+ or O- A- can RECEIVE A- or O- B+ can RECEIVE B+ ,B-, O+, or O- B- can RECEIVE B- or O- AB+ can RECEIVE O+, O-, A+, A-, B+, B-, AB+, or AB- AB- can RECEIVE O-, A-, B-, or AB-
== Coagulation ==   Human blood takes approximately 15 minutes to fully coagulate and separate into the serum and red blood cells.
No, because both the man and the woman are dominant for blood type A. If the man and the woman both had an recessive gene for the blood type O then, the child will have blood type O.
The hematocrit is also called the erythrocyte volume fraction,  which is the percentage by volume of red blood cells in the blood.  Erythrocyte is another name for the red blood cell in humans, so  the higher the count, the larger the hematocrit.
Where are there positive and negative blood types? Why do humans have two eyes? Why is there life on Earth? It is all part of natural evolution, so the short answer to your question would be: 'Because there are'.
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can both be AB or must be different and neither can be type O
  == Answer you are ok ==   it's not fatal or serious although an adult should not have more than about a o.5 level(total) this is not a life threatening thing, have you have any liver studies done or a direct bilirubin level done? Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Macrophages are white blood cells that an consume microorganisms.
You don't give her the results because the husband is the patient and hasn't authorized her to look at them
I'm no expert, but probably someone with the same blood as you.
It depends on what blood types the parents have. If they have the same blood type, most likely the twins will have the same. The opposite with different blood types.
Yes blood is considered a connective tissue. It is an irregular connective tissue because it does not support or connect things but is labeled as a connective tissue because it forms from the same embryotic layer as all other connective tissues.
A person with type A blood can donate blood to a person with type A or type AB. A person with type B blood can donate blood to a person with type B or type AB. A person with type AB blood can donate blood to a person with type AB only. A person with type O blood can donate to anyone.A person with...
Yes, of course they can. They would both have to be heterozygous for their bloodtypes though: AO and BO.
Blood type   A   B   O   AB
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  == Answer ==   My doc told me this was normal, I had two pregnancies like this, both unfortunatly did end in miscarriage, thought you should know the truth, but I have heard of many people who carried full term as well after this. Sorry I can't give you too good of news.
right brachiocephalic , mediastinal and azygos return the unoxygenated blood to the right atrium of the heart.
SBFD causes vasoconstriction, a condition in which the veins  constrict and become noticable smaller.
A negative or positive blood type refers to the presence or lack there of, of the Rhesus factor (Rh factor).
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The tissue in blood vessels is called elastic tissue as it have to control the pressure in blood and have to contract and relax to create a specific pressure so that every organ should receive blood.
Type O-negative blood is the universal donor (because it has no antigens).
50%. First you need to remember that a BO genotype would result in a B phenotype. The only way to have an O phenotype is to have an OO genotype. Therefore, we know that John's parents are BO and OO. Then, you can make a Punnett square. B OO BO OOO BO OOHalf of the offspring between John's parents...
Both the parents with blood type O will produce the gaemtes of O type only so the progeny will also be of O type because O is a homogeneous condition.
Type O negative should be used for woman of child-bearing age when given urgently to avoid complications of an unknown RH negative pregnancy. Cross matching is preferred for all patient whan the situation is not for resuscitation.
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If they are in a hypotonic solution, water will flow into the RBC causing it to swell or possible burst.
== Answer ==   No   It is only possible for them to have O+ and (if they carry the recessive gene) O-