Yes, this is very possible, assuming that the mother's genotype is AO (she has genes for both A blood and O blood). Type O blood is recessive. If a person inherits the genes for both O type blood and A or B type blood, they will exhibit type A or type B blood, respectively. However, even two parents, both with a dominant type of blood, have a 25% chance of producing a child with type O blood (if both of them had the recessive gene for type O blood).
Yes, if the mother has type A or AB blood.
Yes, an O negative mother can parent an A positive child. However, for this to occur the father must be either A positive or AB positive.
yes, blood type is not genetic
Sure, if the mother is Rhesus (D) positive
No. The child will be type B or O, it cannot be type A.
If the mother has type negative blood, and the father and child have type positive blood, the mother's blood may begin to attack the child's.
No. If they were both O postitive the child would have to be O positive.
Possible if He has another father with A Positive blood.
The children could be either. Blood type is not determined by either parent individually.
Yes, a mother with negative and a father with O positive can have a baby with B positive. If they do, the mother must have blood type B or AB.
No. The child can only inherit what his parents have. If either parent had an A in his type, he could give it to the child, but the father is B and the mother has neither A nor B. (If either parent had an A, it would show up in his or her type.)
A father with the blood type can be b negative can have a child even a son that is A positive. The blood of a child comes from one or the other parent. If the mother is A positive the child can be as well.
no it can not
No: cause neiter parent caries the gene for A blood type, it would be imposible to pass on that gene.
No. One parent would have to be Rh factor positive in order to have a child that was positive. If an Rh positive child is born to an Rh negative mother, the father must be Rh positive.
Yes, an O+ child can have an O- father. As long as the mother has + blood (not necessarily O+). This is because Rh positive is dominant over Rh negative. So as long as one parent has positive blood, the child can have positive blood.
My mother has AB blood type and my father has O blood type. My blood type is O+
O positive or A positive
Yes. The different blood groups are AB, B, A or O. Each person gets one half of their blood group from each parent. So you must have got an O from your father and a B from your mother, O + B = type B.
rarely but it can
The father does not determine the blood type of the child. A baby is either the blood type of the mother or the father. I believe that in this case, the mother would have to be AB- if the child is AB- and the father is not. If not, there is something wrong in the equation.