Can a brown eyed and green eyed parents make a blue eyed baby?
yes, if the they have the blue eyed trait in their genes
Can a baby have blue eyes if both parents have brown eyes and grandparents on one side have blue and brown and on the other side have green and brown?
yes, although the likely hood chance is that it will have brown eyes as both of the parents do.
Yes. Brown is the domanent color. Look at his parents and her parents eyes. what colors do they have?
the baby can have blue eyes if both parents have the ressesive gene for blue eyes. However if just one of the parents passes on their dominant gene the baby will have the dominant gene
It depends on the eye color genes of the parents. If the mother has a recessive eye color, such as blue, and the father has a dominant eye color, like brown, then the baby will have the father's eye color because brown is dominant over blue. If both parents have recessive colors, blue, only then will the baby be born with blue eyes. Only if both parents have the recessive gene. Blue+Blue=Blue Brown+Brown=Brown Brown+Blue=Brown It… Read More
Green eyes and blue eyes are caused by the same gene. The amount of melanin in the eye determines the eyes color.
Yes, if both parents carry the gene for blue eyes. Hazel is often a green eye with brown in it. Green eyes and blue eyes are caused by the same gene.
If you have blue eyes with parents of blue and green eyes and partner has blue eyes with parents of brown and blue eyes will you only have blue eyed kids?
no, they could have blue or brown or green ---- well, they would most likely have blue eyes, then brown would be the next most likely, then green. the first kid could have green eyes, but it would most likely have blue.
Yes, if the parents are brown-blond for hair (which will appear brown because it is dominant over blond), the baby can get one blond from each parent and be blond-blond (which will appear blond). Similar, if the parents are brown-blue for eyes (which will appear brown because it is dominant over blue), the baby can get one blue from each parent and be blue-blue (which will appear blue).
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.
What color will your baby's eyes be if the father has br eyes and br hair and mother has br hair and br eyes but the fathers dad has blue eyes and blonde hair?
Well it depends also what color eye the mother's parents or any of the parents siblings have. Mother's Parents (both brown eyes) 5.1% blue eyes & 8.5% green eyes & 86.3% brown eyes Mother's Parents (green eyes & brown eyes) 7.8% blue eyes & 17.1& green eyes & 75% brown eyes Mother Parents (blue eyes & brown eyes) 14% blue eyes & 10.9% green eyes & 75% brown eyes Throwing siblings into the mix Mother's… Read More
Yes, I have a son that has green eyes. I have blue, his father has brown.
Yes. (My parents did!) yes, one of the parents is carrying a gene for those eye colors
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. Hazel is either a green eye with brown in it, or a brown eye with green in it.
It depends on the genes because some genes from the parents might not get passed on making the baby have brown eyes
As long as both parents carry the blue-eye gene they can have a blue-eye baby. We did!
if your parents have different color eyes: if eyes are not brown, no brown gene lets say one green other brown. green parent may have green/blue gene. brown parent may have brown/green gene. your eyes might be blue. 1/4 chance of it.
yes, if both parents have the ressive allele for blue eyes there is a decent chance that the baby will have blue eyes.
Green eyes and blue eyes are caused by the same gene. So the baby could have either green or blue eyes.
My husband has brown eyes and I have blue and my mother has green and my father has blue also my husbands mother has blue eyes and his dad has brown so what color eyes will my baby most likely have?
Your baby will most likely have blue or brown eyes. It's a fifty-fifty chance. If I'm wrong, then your baby could have green eyes, too.
It means the parents carried the gene for blue eyes as a recessive gene.
Yes. Green eyes and blue eyes are caused by the same gene.
Green eyes are more rare than blue eyes. Brown eyes are the dominant characteristic, so they're not rare at all. Green eyes are rare, because it tends to occur when a brown-eyed/green-eyed couple have a baby. Most of the time, that baby will have brown eyes (since brown eyes are dominant). However, sometimes, the baby can have green eyes.
It is very unlikely, and I would say no but I do not know for sure. I do know that a baby is born with blue eyes if both parents have blue eyes, and that brown eyes are a dominant gene, soo.. curiously enough, blue is a rare eye colour. The order of common to rare: brown Hazel blue and blue-gray green violet (yes it is possible, Elizabeth Taylor had violet 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.
What color eyes will your baby have if the mother has red hair green eyes and dad has brown hair green eyes?
both my parents have green eyes, and they had 4 daughters.. 2 of us have green eyes while the other 2 have hazelish eyes... when i was a baby i used to have blue eyes but they changed to green... but the baby will most likely have green eyes
I am the green-eyed daughter of a blue-eyed mother and a brown-eyed father. So yes.
It is simply impossible unless you can see the future. If both parents have blue eyes, the baby is likely to have blue.
It just depends on whether or not your parents have a dominant or recessive gene. Brown eyes are dominant over green and blue eyes. Green is dominant over blue. Blue is the recessive gene. A recessive gene can only be seen if there is no dominant gene. Two parents with blue eyes cannot have a child with brown eyes.
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.
What color will a baby's eyes be if the mother has dark brown eyes but the mothers grandfather had colored eyes and the Father of the baby has light hazzel eyes would the baby have colored eyes?
if the parents both have brown eyes the baby could have blue or brown coloured eyes, but if the parents both had blue eyes you couldn't get a brown eyed child, because the colour blue is the prodominant gene.
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, if brown eyes run in the family.
What color eyes and hair will a baby most likely have if the mother of the child has blonde hair blue eyes and the father brown hair brown eyes?
The Baby will almost definitely have brown hair and brown eyes. If the father has a blonde haired gene or blue eyed gene (if one of his parents or grand parents had blonde hair and blue eyes) there is a possibility the baby will have blonde hair and blue eyes (one in four chance).
yes i have green eyes, and my dad has blue, and my mom has hazel and my brother and sis have hazel
yes but its not very common
No... Brown eyes are an dominating gene. If none off the parents have brown eyes none of them have the brown eye gene to give the child.
Yes, it is. This is because the genome for brown eyes is dominant compared to the genomes for green and blue eyes. If either of the parents were carrying the genome for brown eyes, then they themselves, would have brown eyes, not blue or green.
No. In order to have blue or green eyes (or any other light colored eyes) you have to have both recessive genes (you have one gene from your mom and one from your dad). If you have blue or green eyes you can't have any dominant (brown eye) genes. If you have brown eyes you can have a hybrid gene which means it has a dominant and a recessive gene (light eyes and dark eyes)… Read More
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 :(
The green eye and the blue eye are the same gene, so is black and brown. The child's eyes would have to be green or blue because both parents onlt have blue genes. If both parents have brown eyes there is still a chance the child's eyes could come out blue, but only if one of the parents have a hidden blue gene. But is both parents have blue eyes this means all their genes… Read More
Two blue eyed parents cannot have a brown eyed baby. Since both parents carry the recessive gene (blue eyes) then there is no way that they can have a brown eyed baby. Hello, different person here. The said HAZEL eyes, not brown. :I Hello, original person here. I know what they said. Hazel is a shade of BROWN. 😒
Genetics is quite confusing. Both of the parents must have had one blue allele (gene) and one brown one. This means that there is a 1/4 chance that the baby could have brown eyes. Blue eyes are dominant, so if the baby had one blue gene in his eyes he would have had blue eyes. Since the parents had one of each, the baby had a 1/4 chance of having two blue alleles, 2/4 chance… Read More
no it is impossible
I believe so, if both the parents have recessive alleles for blue eyes.
Maybe if one of their parents are brown eyed
Probably blue or green. They're both caused by the same gene.
It is possible, since eye color is controlled by multiple alleles. That's why some people's eyes aren't strictly brown or blue, they might be hazel or blue-green. In case of a baby inheriting brown eyes, if both parents have, for example, 2 out of 4 brown alleles for eye color and they pass them all on to their offspring, then that child will have brown eyes.
It is possible for the child's eyes to be any colour - blue, green, black, brown... more than likely a mixture or a aquamarine blue with a hint of green, surprisingly green is a recessive gene to brown and blue, my mom had brown eyes an my dad had green so i have brown, and my friends mother had green eyes an her father had sky blue an there child had blue eyes my friend… Read More
If your boyfriend had blue eyes as a baby an brown eyes when he got older an you have blue eyes what color of eyes would the baby have?
More than likely blue at first then changing to a brown or browny-blue. Most babies start off with blue eyes, but blue is a recessive however brown is a dominent gene. A baby's eyes are first blue because they have not developed fully yet. they then change color or stay the same after three months. it is more likely that the baby would have brown eyes. it also depends on your parents eyes and his… Read More