yes, only 2 blue eyed people can only have a blue eyed baby, this will not change ever! where as 2 brown eyed people can also have a blue eyed baby, but for 2 blue eyed people to have a brown eyed baby is impossible!
Yes. Blue eyes is a recessive gene, and if you both carry it, there is a 1/4 chance of a Blue eyed baby
Yes, two blue eyed people can and most likely will have a blue eyed baby. Two blue eyed people are likely to produce a brown eyed baby as well.
Yes, I have a son that has green eyes. I have blue, his father has brown.
I am the green-eyed daughter of a blue-eyed mother and a brown-eyed father. So yes.
If they have a brown-eyed recessive gene, yes.
It is possible, as long as somewhere up the line there were some blue-eyed ancestors or quite a few who carried the blue eyes gene. But most likely the baby will have a lighter shade of brown. Most caucasian infants are born with Blueish-Grayish eyes that eventually darken or change to their official hue.
More chance that you will end up with brown eyes since brown is dominant.
yes, if the they have the blue eyed trait in their genes
Blue must have been dominant and brown recessive so the eyes r blue
I'm not quite sure how to explain the answer fully but yes it is possible. I remember from biology and also my boyfriend has blue eyes and both of his parents have brown eyes. - Yes, a brown eyed woman and a brown eyed man can make a blue eyed baby. You see, as long as both of the parents are holding a 'recessive' blue-eyed trait (that they are not showing in their phenotype). There… Read More
yes it can if both have a recessive trait for brown eyes which is unlikely because brown eyes is dominant gene. Blue eyes are the recessive trait so when a baby is born with blue it has blue eye genes from both parents. but if the parent has a partial gens for brown eyes there is a chance to have a baby with brown eyes.
yes, it depends on how strong the blue eyed gene is
Two blue eyed parents cannot have a brown eyed baby. Parents with blue eyes can only make a blue eyed baby because they both carry the recessive gene.
Sure. IF the person with brown eyes carries the blue eye recessive gene.
yes. if the dad has 1 recessive blue gene and 1 dominant brown gene then he can either pass on the blue gene or the brown gene.
techinacly yes because blue eyes are a recessive gene
Yes because the Father has Blue eyes. But the Baby could have Brown because it is more dominute.
The likelyhood is the baby would have brown eyes as the "brown eyed" gene is dominant and the "blue eyed" gene is recessive. However there is still a small chance the baby would have blue eyes
It is impossible for a baby to have brown eyes if both of his parents have blue eyes since the brown eye gene is more dominant.
Yes they can, depending on the genetic history or both parents.
Yes, if both parents carry the gene for blue eyes, the child could have blue eyes. This is because blue eyes is a recessive trait and brown eyes are dominant.
It is highly unlikely, as the gene for brown eyes is dominant over the gene for blue eyes, and it's unlike the Filipino parent is carrying the blue gene. The baby will carry the gene for blue eyes, and if it's own spouse is blue-eyed, each of its children has a 50% chance of being blue-eyed.
Can a blue eyed male with both his parents having blue eyes marries a brown eyed female with her mother having blue eyes and her father having brown eyes could they have a brown eyed child?
Yes. Brown is dominant for eye color.
Yes, they can - and it happens more commonly than you'd think.
Yes if they both have a blue allele then it is possible if not then they cant
yes but its not very common
Yes, but it occurs very rarely.
It is possible if both brown eyed parents have a recessive blue eye allele. In that case, there is a 25% chance that their offspring will express blue eyes.
no because blue eyed is recessive so both parents must be bb (blueblue) there is no B so no possible way of brown eyed... i think
yeah probably cuz my dad has brown eyes and my mom has green eyes and my lil brother has really blue eyes, i have brown :(
yes it can be true but sometimes not
If it's a boy, the baby would be brown eyed blond. If it's a girl, she would be blue eyed black hair. She would be very beautiful with that genetic make up.
As long as both parents carry the blue-eye gene they can have a blue-eye baby. We did!
A dormant gene is one that is present but inactive. An example of this would be when a baby is conceived by a blue eyed and brown eyed parent. The child will have brown eyes. This is because the brown eyed gene is dominant and the blue eyed gene will lay dormant.
I believe so, if both the parents have recessive alleles for blue eyes.
What is the likelihood of having a brown eyed baby if both mother and father are blond and blue eyed?
Zero. Blue eyes come from a recessive gene (brown eyes come from a dominant gene). So two blue-eyed parents have only blue-eye genes in them. Therefore, they can pass only blue-eye genes to their baby.
It should be possible because my mom has blue eyes, my dad has brown and i got green eyes so i would say yes.
Can a brown haired brown eyed mom and a brown haired hazel eyed father have a blonde haired blue eyed baby?
it is possible if someone related to you has blue eyes or if someone has blonde hair but i wouldn't worry about it because if you have a brown hair baby it will still be pretty some of the most beautiful people in the world have brown hair and eyes.
no. blue is a recessive gene. brown is domminant. at least one parent has to have brown eyes in order to produce a brown eyed baby. it is very possible for two brown eyed parents to produce a blue eyed baby, however. Yes, because someone in the family(for example the: one of the grandparents) might have a different eye color. Since both parent don't have that gene, the baby can still get the gene from… Read More
It is possible, but less likely than a brown-eyed result. The reasons for this are actually a little more complex than the simplified answer given here, but the summarised explanation is as follows. Eye colour (together with most of our characteristics) is dictated by dominant and recessive genes. Brown is a dominant colour and blue is recessive, i.e. brown "wins" in a direct contest with blue. For two brown-eyed parents to create a blue-eyed offspring… Read More
if one of their relatives ,close or distant had, has, or carried the trait of brown eyes
in all humans, the gene that carries blue eyes is dominant; if one parent has blue eyes, the child WILL have blue eyes, no matter what
it depends on if the Brown Eyes (brown eyes is a Dominate Trait) is homozygous (pure) or heterozygous (hybrid [two different alleles]) brown. If the mom is homozygous, then there is no chance, all will be hybrid brown eyed. If the mom is hybrid, then there is a 1/4 chance.
yes, if both parents have the ressive allele for blue eyes there is a decent chance that the baby will have blue eyes.
My brother has baby blue eyes and his girlfriend has light green eyes there baby was born with brown eyes Is this possible We dont think its his child and none of our family has brown eyes?
Of course the baby can have brown eyes!! Only 2 blue eyed people can have a blue eyed baby, any other eye colour is possible when 2 parents have different colour eyes.
Yes, because your genes have both dominant and recessive traits, so you may have 1 blue and 1 brown and your wife may have 1 blue and 1 brown and (and this is gross simplification) when your genes combine if even one of your brown traits gets passed onto the child it will have brown eyes.
It is uncommon for a baby to be born with brown eyes. Almost all babies have blue eyes because the iris has not yet made brown pigment (called melanin) that colors the iris. It is, however, common for babies to have blue eyes at 2 weeks. Usually, the iris doesn't make enough melanin until about 3 years of age. In other words, genetically, it is very well possible to have a baby that eventually will… Read More
The answer depends on the genetics of the brown-eyed mother. If she has two brown alleles, than most likely the baby will also have brown eyes. However, if the mother has one brown allele and one blue allele (and thus phenotypically brown-eyed, as brown is dominant), it is certainly possible for the baby to have blue eyes (receiving one blue allele from the mother, and one blue allele from the father...if in fact the father… Read More
Yes because the genetics for green eyes can come from the genetics of a mix of blue and green eyes. It is also possible to have a blue eyed child. yes because no matter what coulered eyes you have you could hav a green eyed baby or blue,brown ect,