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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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It can be possible if both parents carry recessive genes for negativity.
yes it is possible, blood groups do not work that way.
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.
My mom's blood groupis B positive, my dad's blood group is A positive, i am O positive.
Yes, if both parents have the genotype AO, then the child can have the O from both parents, phenotype O
The child will either have type A blood or type 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.
Can parents with O positive blood type and B positive blood type have a child with A positive blood type?
no they cant, simply because the A positive blood type is determined by the allele they lack. people having O blood type have ii genotype, while B positive blood type can have… either I(B)I(B) or I(B)i and the same way for A blood type. Thus, the parents not having the I(A) allele cannot have a child with A positive blood type
They will be either A-group or O-group (i.e. either A or O, and could be either positive or negative).
If one parent has blood type AB and the other parent has type o blood what would the babies blood type be?
Any baby born of these parents could be either type A or type B since they will inherit one recessive (O type) allele from the type O parent and one of the two alleles (A or B…) from the other parent. They cannot be the same blood type as either of the two parents:)
No this is impossible, because for the O+ to come there should be two identical chromosomes (ii) , and the AB+ type has (IAIB), so even if one of the parents has an (i) in his…/her blood type, there is another (i) should be come from the other parent, but his/her blood type is AB+ so there is no other (i). it all about genetics :)
No. A person with type B blood can have a genotype of BB or BO, the person with O has to have OO, so there is no way they can have a person with blood type A.
Yes. If mother was A/O RH pos (D d) and Father is A/O RH neg (d d), then they could have a O positive child. One only needs one big D to express the RH positive gene.
Is it rare for 3 of 5 kids to have o positive blood type and other 2 kids have a positive blood type with same parents?
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.
the baby will have the O BLOOD.
Do siblings have same parents when one sibling has blood type o positive and the other sibling has ab positive?
using the information given, you can assume that if they do have the same parents, one must havethe genotype iAiO and the other must have the genotype iBiO. if you do a simple… punnet square, you will see that it there is a 1:1:1:1 ratio, with one being iAiO, one being iBiO, one being iAiB, and one being iOiO. the fact that they are both positive means that they both have antibodies, which is inherited through one parent, so the siblings can have the same parent.