Parents have two genes for pos/neg blood type, and only one of them needs to be positive for the parent to have positive blood type. Most positive-blooded people have one positive gene and one negative gene. If both positive parents pass on their negative gene, they can have a child with a negative blood type.
No. Although the blood type of the child can be either positive or negative, two parents with type A blood cannot have a child with type B blood.
No, they will have a O negative child.
Yes, you very much can have a child with O positive blood.
No. If both parents are positive, the child will be positive. If both parents are negative, the child will be negative. Parents who are negative and positive can have children who are either positive or negative. '+' + '+' = '+' '-' + '-' = '-' '+' + '-' = '-' or '+'
yes its likely that the child can be a negative even though that both parents r a positive.
No. The negative blood trait is a recessive trait. Two negative parents only carry the recessive gene and cannot pass on the dominant positive gene. At least one parents must be positive in order to have a positive child. This is not like math where two negatives multiplied together equals a positive. IN this case, two positives can have negative or positive children depending on the parents phenotypes. two negative parents can only have a negative child.
it is possible but the child can be a positive
If both parents are B- they can only have children who are B- and O-. One would have to be positive in order to have a child with positive blood.
No. Two positives can't make a negative.
Probably, because it only takes one positive gene to have positive type blood. But if the positive parents each have one positive and one negative gene, there is a 25% chance their child will be negative.
If one of the parents is A positive, the child could be A positive.
Yes. Their child can be either O or A and either rH positive or negative.
yes they can
No! When both the parents are rh+ve no child can be rh-ve
No. If both parents are A negative the child can only be A negative or O negative. If the child is AB positive at least one parent must have type B or AB blood and at least one must be RH positive.
The most likely blood type for the child is A positive - but A negative, O positive and O negative are also possible depending on the genotypes of the parents. If both parents are heterozygous AO, then the child could have either A or O type blood. If either parent is homozygous, AA, then the child must have blood type A. If the parent with positive blood is heterozygous, Dd (+-), then the child could have either positive or negative type blood. If they are homozygous, DD (++), then the child must have positive type blood.
yes it can be possible too as the parents is already with an o blood group..