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Yes, A+AO Since blood goes by a two-gene system, yes. A-type is dominant to O-type. If the parents each have one O gene and one A gene the A will dominate but t…he O will still be there. There is a chance that when the genes are passed to the child, they will get a copy of each of its parents O genes.
Can a mother with O- blood type and a father with an A- blood type have a baby with an O- blood type?
Yes. The blood group depends on which two genes (one from the mother and one from the father) you have; there are three different genes that encodes for three different antige…ns attached to the surface of the red blood cell: A, B and O. Since O is recessive and both A and B are dominant, you'll need to receive the O-gene from both your parents to make it show - the father has obviously got two. If the mother in this case has the genotype AO, there is a possibility that the child may get the O-type, but if she's got two genes encoding A: AA, the O-gene from the father will be suppressed and the child's bloodtype will be A (genotype AO). The minus after the A in the question only shows that the mother is negative for the Rhesus antigen, and has nothing to do with the ABO-system. Possibilities: Mother AO, father OO - child's bloodtype AO 1:1 OO (two different bloodtypes possible, chances are the same for both) Mother AA, father OO - child's blooodtype AO, see schedule below: x A A O AO AO O AO AO
Can a baby be born with blood type ab if the mothers blood type is B negative and the father is blood type O?
It is impossible for two parents expressing blood types O and B to have a child expressing the blood type AB. For a person to express the blood type O they must have two type …O alleles for the gene, because it is a recessive allele. Therefore they can only contribute an O allele to any offspring. Persons expressing the blood type B may be homozygous dominant for the B allele (have two B alleles) or may be heterozygous, containing one B allele and one O allele, which would not be expressed because of the B allele is dominant. Their exact genotype (BB or BO) would not be determined through simple blood typing (phenotype-or expressed blood type- is determined.) Either way, they could only contribute a B or O allele to any offspring. Therefore is is impossible for two individuals type O and B to produce a type AB child. Any child produced by these two would be blood type B or O if the mother is in fact BO. If a child is expressing the A antigen (A and B alleles are codominant, therefore both are expressed) along with the B antigen, the child must have inherited an A allele from one of the parents. This means that one of the parents must express the A antigen (is either type A or AB.)
If Mother with AB blood type father with O blood type what are the possible blood type outcome of their baby?
A OR B
If the mother has O-positive blood type and the father has O-negative blood type - what blood type will the baby have?
The baby could have either O- or O+ Blood.
Yes. The father's blood type must be oo. The mother's blood type could either be Ao or AA (both of these are blood type A). If the mothers blood type is Ao, she could gi…ve the o gene to the baby, resulting in the baby being type oo (or type o). (In order to have blood type o, you must have an o from your mother and an o from your father.)
If the mother has type A positive and father has type O negative what type blood will the baby have?
They would most likely have O Type A blood is really type AO blood, (B= BO) So if you have Type... O and AO, they would most likely be O To the above answerer, Type A blood …can be AA blood. If the mother has AA blood, the child will have AO blood no matter what. If the mother has AO blood, The baby might have OO or AO blood. (O blood can only be OO) Not too sure about if negatives or positives affect the baby's blood type though.
Father with type ab rh positive blood and mother has type o rh positive blood what type of the blood for the baby will be?
Could be either A positive or B positive as the O genes are recessive; and the rh will be positive also
If The Fatherr Blood Group Is 'O' And Mother Blood Group Is 'A' Then There Is The Possibility Of Both 'O' And 'A'.The Child Blood Group May Be 'O' Or 'A'. SYED NAZI…R RAZA
Now, please correct me if I'm wrong, I've just started learning about blood types. I do think that's possible though. O goes with everything, if you put the AB with the …O you'd have a 50% chance of getting a child with type B blood. ...That's only if I worked it out correctly though. Sorry for the unsteady answer. Hopefully someone will come by and either confirm it or correct it. Good luck!
Father with type O Rh positive blood and mother with type B Rh positive blood what type of the blood for the baby will be?
It is impossible to tell because you do not know how much of the fathers DNA is mixed with the mothers, for example, someone might have their father's eyes and mother's …hair, and they could also have their mothers blood and their fathers gender.
The baby can only be O positive or O negative. Type O blood is double recessive, which means the parents have no A antigens or B antigens so there's no way they could pass the…m to the baby.
Can a baby be born with blood type a or O if his father is blood type a and his mother is blood type a?
yes this is possible if father and mother blood type A their alleles will be (IAIA) or (IAi) they can have children with both type A and O if there alleles was IAi and IAi… 75% will be A 25% will be O but if both are IAIA ---- 100% will be A if one of parents is IAIA and the other is IAi 100% will be A also.
Can a mother with O plus blood type and a father with an A plus blood type have a baby with an O plus blood type?
No, the baby will always take the blood type of the father. So, the child will be A positive. Also, Since the father is either Heterozygous(IA i) or Homozygous(IaIa), he will …always give the Type A blood. For type O blood you need ii. Since the father will never contribute a small i, it is impossible to have a child with Type O blood.
Father could be AB, but an O mother is OO. so, AB X OO AO and BO are the only possible alleles from this cross