Can a brown eyed mom and a brown eyed dad make a hazzle eyed baby?
because hazel is recessive, and brown is dominant. meaning that brown overrules hazel, but hazel is still there in at least one of the parents' genetic make up. then the hazel can show up later.
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!
They can and do.
yes, if the they have the blue eyed trait in their genes
Yes my husband AMD I both have brown eyes and had 2hazel eyed children
yes it can be true but sometimes not
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
if one of their relatives ,close or distant had, has, or carried the trait of brown eyes
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.
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 :(
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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
Yes. Hazel is either a green eye with brown in it, or a brown eye with green in it.
Hazel is a form of brown eyes. Brown eyes are a dominant gene, blue are recessive. The person with the hazel eyes has a brown eyed blood realitive and will carry the gene to create a brown eyed child. Hope this helps you. If you are still concerned, there is always DNA tests.
Yes, two blue eyed people can produce brown eyed offspring, this usually occurs because there is a brown eyed family member which is directly related, eg. grandparent or great-grandparent, due to the fact that the genes are still in the family even if they lie dormant and skip a generation or two.
the gene of eye depends on the development of chromosome that u cannot guess what would happen. but 2 brown eyes usually give birth to a blue eye
Yes asuming they are white, the probability goes up or down depending how common it is in their ethnick group. So it would be more probable for two brown eyed parents from Serbia to get blue eyed children than to Egiptian parents but less probable than to two brown eyed Norwegian parents.
It all depends on if the mom or dad carry a trait for brown eyes. It is possible to happen, though. They will most likely have blued eyed kids (because blue is a dominant color) but set up a punnet square to figure the exact offspring.
Yes, it happened with my dad. His dad had blue eyes and his mom has brown eyes and he ended up with hazel.
Absolutely. My mother has blue eyes, my father green eyes, my older sister inherited my father's green eyes and I have blue ones like my mom.
No it will not work out that way, usually they will be brown in color with black hair.
Two brown eyed parents can make a green eyed baby. Its all to do with genetics. It depends if both parents have a heterozygous gene for brown eye colour it is possible. Lets use Br for brown and G for green. A Homozygous brown gene would hypothetically look like this Br/Br A heterozygous brown gene would hypothetically look like this Br/G Homozygous basically means that there are 2 of the same genes coupled together (hence… Read More
Yes. If both parents carry a recessive gene for light eyes. Source: Both my parents have brown eyes, mine are grey.
It is highly possible
Yes, I forget what it's called right now, but sometimes genes skip a generation or two. EDIT: No, they cannot. However two brown eyed people can make a blue eyed child.
I have green eyes my hubs has hazel colour, neither green or blue!, we have 3 children eldest is bright blue male second is green eyed girl and youngest is brown eyed male,(the only one who looks like mum, who has green eyes)
Yes, as long as one of their Grandparents/ Great Grandparents has blue eyes. If both pairs of Grandparents have brown eyes then it is VERY unlikely :)
Yes. The woman can be heterogeneous non-blue. That means she carries a blue eyed gene and a non-blue eyed gene. The blue eyed is normally recessive so he carries both blue eye genes and doesn't carry a non-blue gene. If two blue eyed parents have a child then the child will be blue eyed.
Yes, because if a blue-eyed man is BB or Bb, meaning the B is blue-eyed and dominant, and the b is brown-eyed and recessive, marries a woman who is bb, or has brown-eyes, the children could be either all blue-eyed if the man was BB, or 50% are blue-eyed if the man is Bb.
it really hasn't been proved by lab people, but some people thinks it's possible.
Yes, since the parents of the blue eyes could have had brown and blue or a different colour, so then the trait would be carried on. Brown is dominant, that's why it is the most popular colour.
The babies eyes would be most likely brown. Because brown is a domanat gene in brown people. I am half white and half african american and my mother is a hazel eye but I got brown eyes. So did my sister.
Yes, Brown eyes are a dominant trait. However, people with brown eyes can still carry a blue eyed gene. To make it simple, if a brown eyed person is carrying a blue eyed gene, it would be represented by B (brown), b (blue). Since blue eyes are the receissive gene, a blue eyed person would need both blue genes and be represented by b (blue) b (blue). There would be a 50% chance of a… Read More
you cannot have a blue eyed boy. unless there is someone in your family that has blue eyes. the brown and green would be either a recessive or dominent trait. traits don't mix together to create different things. like brown and green. brown and green don't even mix to make blue
No because there is not a lot of menalin in blue or green eyes people. Eye colour is part of our genetic code so it will not be passed down.
Yes, it is possible, but there must be two (recessive) brown eye genes or at least one dominant one, that were dormant in the parents.
Yes because my Dad has brown eyes and my Mom has hazel eyes and I have brown eyes but my little brother has blue eyes. However, both of my parents have the recessive gene for blue eyes but since brown eyes/hazel eyes are dominant, that is the colour that is seen.
Yes. Brown eyes is a dominant trait over green eyes. So it is very possible that the two brown eyed parents could be carriers for the gene trait for green eyes, but because brown is the dominant trait the parents appear to have brown eyes. Their offspring, however will only show green eyes if they receive both recessive traits for green eyes. For example, both parent's genotypes may be Bb ("B" being brown eyed gene… Read More
The genetics of eye color are more complex than realized previously. Almost any parent-child combination of eye colors can occur.
both of my grandparents had blue eyes, but my mom has brown eyes. and my dad has blue eyes, but my eyes are green. anything is possible. plus, science and genes aren't perfect. nobody can say exactly how a person is going to look just based on parents. you have to consider your grandparents, great grandparents, great great grandparents, and so on. ALL of your ancestors have played a role in your genes.
Theoretically, a blue eyed man and a blue eyed woman cannot produce a brown-eyed child. The reason is that neither parent carries the brown-eyed gene. If the father or mother did carry the brown-eyed gene, the eyes/irises of that parent would be brown. The gene for brown is dominant over the gene for blue. However, two brown eyed parents can produce a blue eyed child. In that case, each parent with brown eyes must carry… Read More
Brown and blue CAN make green, but mostly it would be brown. It can't really be predicted for sure. In fact, every color combination can lead to green eyed childs, or any other color for that matter.
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
No. Blue eyes come from a recessive gene from each parent. The child must of 2 recessive gene pairs to have blue eyes (which is actually the lack of eye pigment). So a brown eyed parent and a green eyed parent may have a blue eyed child if both pass on a recessive blue eye gene, but if just one dominant brown or green eyed gene is passed along it will trump the recessive blue… Read More
Yes, traits are determined by genotypes. and someone can be heterozygous or hold two traits, the trait they show, is called the dominant trait. the other is called the recessive. In order for it to work though both parents have to be heterozygous (or have both traits) there is about a 1/4 chance though!
Can two brown eyed parents produce a blue eyed child if the mothers parent is the only one with blue eyes?
Check your question it doesn't make sense
What are the chances of a brown eyed Hispanic man and green eyed redhead woman having a baby with blue or green eyes?
Depends on the genetic make up of the father. There is a lot of genetic variation in the hispanic population and he may well have genetic material that would result in a lighter eyed and or red headed child. Eye color is not a strictly dominant or recessive characteristic which allows for a lot of variation in color.