Can Heterochromia be passed on to children?
Heterochromia is a genetic mutation that cannot be passed down to children. It occurs as a defect in meiosis, and it produces an extra gene for eye colour. Alas, there is a greater chance that the child of a person with heterochromia will also get heterochromia, because there is a better chance of the gene mutating. But still, the chance of heterochromia is rare nonetheless.
Mutations that can be passed on to future generations must be present in the gametes. The mutation of heterochromia in which a person has one blue and one brown eyes is present in the chromosome of the mother or father and passed to the offspring.
approximately 1.1% of people have heterochromia i think
My son has sectoral heterochromia. I just found out there's a name for it! I used to say he was from outer space! I have central heterochromia.
Complete Heterochromia is rare in humans, but it is common in animals such as dogs and cats.
Actually, a decently sized amount of people have Central Heterochromia and neither is it very rare to have Sectoral Heterochromia. As for the numbers, I don't know the exact percent.
it depends on your point of view. Heterochromia is just a variation in eye color; not harmful.
extremely rare How "extremely rare" is it, I mean what percentage of the US population has sectoral heterochromia?
my good sir, i am asking the exact same question...
well id need a pic
It isn't in most cases. Unless you've acquired the condition due to injury, inflammation, the use of certain eyedrops, or tumors. If you've had it all your life, it shouldn't be a problem. Some people inherit heterochromia. Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heterochromia
There is some evidence that LSD has properties of genetic mutation, therefore it could be passed on to children.
NO it will not be passed..
The cast of Heterochromia - 2013 includes: Phil Garrelhas as John Fallow Evan Giannis as Tommy Jada Rifkin as Aly
"Hazel" eye coloring is sometimes caused by central heterochromia. It's still not particularly prevalent in general, but it's not as rare as one might think.
Heterochromia is a condition where one eye's iris is a different color than the other eye's iris or one part of an eye's iris is a different color than the rest of the same eye's iris. Heterochromia is more common in dogs and cats than it is in humans. It can be acquired genetically or by an injury or inflammation.
you are born with heterochromia. my left eye is blue with gold around the pupil.the top of my right eye is blue and the bottom of it is brown.my great uncle had hectochromia. That is wrong. Heterochromia has many causes, including being born with it: Eye injury Eye inflammation Eye tumor Bleeding in the eye or other medical conditions To be born with it, you'd have to be born with different melanin levels. If you… Read More
When one iris is a complete different color from the other it is called heterochromia. If there is two different colors in one iris it's called central heterochromia
Heterochromia and driver's license... Hello, as a person with sectoral heterochromia iridius, I just put the dominant color (brown). Most people don't notice anyway. Some licenses now have a "dichromatic" or other box as well, though. In my state they don't have anything for people with heterchromia or sectoral heterochromia. I have heterchromia myself but I just chose the most obvious color because one is a sky blue and the other is light green with… Read More
Culture is passed on to the children from their parents and relatives and the cycle continuously goes on.
Yes she actualy does which makes her very lucky indeed
Yes, it is called Heterochromia
I would have to completely disagree as well. Central Heterochromia is so common it's not even funny. I have Sectoral (or partial) heterochromia and i have yet to see anyones eyes (in person) that look like mine. I have one full blue eye, and the other eye is brown with a chunk of blue in it.) So to answer your question- Central Heterochromia= definitely common. Have you seen many people walking around with two completely… Read More
Yes wolves can have heterochromia whether through genetics or health problems such as eye injury, inflammation, use of certain eyedrops, tumors, etc. The same also applies to just about every animal.
Yes, all four of Elizabeth's children were with her when she passed..
It depends on the case. It could be passed down to the children if the disorder is genetic, otherwise it would probley stay with the same generation.
Heterochromia I have it so i would know.
He is one of the very few people in the world who are born with it.
This is known as heterochromia - and is caused by differing amounts of a pigment called melanin. This can have a genetic cause or be the result of disease or illness. When the irises are two different colours, this is complete heterochromia.
According to his official website, Logan Lerman has blue eyes. However, Lerman is listed to have heterochromia iridum, meaning that there is a difference in coloration of the iris of the eye, although his heterochromia is only central or partial heterochromia, meaning that the color only varies toward the center of his eyes. So, Logan Lerman's eyes are blue but they change a different color toward the center of his irises.
He has five children. One passed from cancer in '96.
no she passed before she had a chance to.
it is uncommunicable but it can be passed on to your children.
neal armstrong has passed away
No. That was why the throne passed to King John.
one child that passed away
It's known as heterochromia.
It was passed on by having your children related to the emperor to acknowledge the country with or without you being rich.