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If one parent has A positive blood and the other has O positive blood what type will the baby have?
The cross would be AA x OO or AO x OO which would result in either AO or OO depending on whether the A+ person was AA or AO. so they would be either A+ or O + it doesn't really depend on what is more common but depends on whether the A+ person is really AA+ or AO+
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The baby can have either O- or O+ blood type.
It will probably most likely be B positive
AO positive is the only possible blood type.
The first parent would be heterozygous for type A. The second parent would have to be heterozygous for type A, heterozygous for type B, or blood type O. The positive or negati…ve is unable to be determined because positive is dominant so the first parent is positive then the baby will be positive with out a doubt so there is no way to find out the second parent's positive or negative.
If one parent has a positive blood and the other parent has ab negative blood what type will the baby have?
This is impossible to say because you have only given one blood type. The negative and positive apply to a different marker, known as the Rhesus marker.
Each person has two genes that determine blood type - one you inherit from each parent. There are three versions (know as alleles) of this gene: A, B, and O. Having A and/or B… creates antigen molecules on the surface of your blood cells, while having O codes for a protein that is not functional and does not produce surface molecules. Basically A and B are dominant, and O is recessive. So, the possible combinations for a person (showing one from each parent) are: A, A = A blood type A, O = A blood type A, B = AB blood type B, B = B blood type B, O = O blood type O, O = O blood type. In your situation, you have one parent whose two genes must be A and B, and the other whose must be O and O (since those are the only combinations leading to AB and O blood types). There are only two possible resulting combinations: A, O = A blood type B, O = B blood type So your child would be A or B blood type. As for positive and negative, it works the same way. The Rh factor (which is what the pos/neg is called) includes one gene from each parent, which positive being dominant over negative. So you're both positive. meaning you could both be +,+ or +,- If one or both of you is +,+ then the child's Rh would have to be positive. If both of you are +,- then there is a 25% chance the child will be negative. Hope this helps!
The blood type would be A positive.
The child will either have type A blood or type O.
Each parent contributes one blood group gene to a child, so a blood group is made up of 2 parts. If both parents contribute a "B" gene, then the blood group would most definit…ely be B (homozygous). However, if a parent has both a B gene and an O gene, then even though their blood group is "B" they have the potential of contributing the "O" portion to a child. "O" is always recessive. B from one parent and O from another yields "BO" or simply group B (hetreozygous). The same works for the Rh type; you could be Rh positive, but have a recessive Rh negative gene. So 2 Rh positive heterozygous parents could potentially have an Rh negative baby. The answer to the question is: There are 4 possible blood group/types: B+, B-, O+, O-
No. Having O negative blood type, means that you don't have antigens- like type B or A. A child would be type A.
well since O blood type is dominant the offspring will most likely have O+ if both parent genetic over cross is Bb (one of the parents parent has o+ blood while the other has… A or B. there is a 75% chace the offspring will have O+ if both parents have genetic cross of BB (both of their parent has O blood) there is a 100% change the offspring will have O if one parent has genetic overcross BB and the other Bb it will still be 100% since BB is dominant. google punnet square
What type of blood does a child make is one parent blood type is O positive a the other is a positive?
The child could be A+ or O+.
No, this won't happen. to have a positive child both parent should be positive. or in some cases both are positive and they can give a negative child but with a low percen…tage reaches to 25% ( if both parent genotype are heterogeneous ).
Any offspring of these two parents will always be type O. As far as the Rh status is concerned, it depends if the parent who is Rh positive is heterozygous or homozygous for t…he D allele. Genetic or family studies need to be done to know with any certainty. If the O positive parent is homozygous for D, then all offspring will be O Positive. If the O positive parent is heterozygous for D, then ~50% of the offspring will be O positive and ~50% of the offspring will be O negative.
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