Can an O positive blood type father and an A positive blood type mother parent an O positive blood type child?
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).
Can a mother with a negative blood and father with o positive blood have b positive blood group baby?
If a mother is o negative blood type and father is B positive blood type can they produce a baby with A positive blood group?
Can a Father with O positive blood and the Mother has B positive blood have a child that is B positive?
Can a father with o negative blood type and a mother with o positive blood type have an a positive baby?
No. Either the mother or the father (or both) must have type A or AB blood in order for the child to inherit type A blood. Independently of their ABO blood type, either or both parents must also be Rh positive for the child to be Rh positive. In the case given, the baby could be Rh positive since the mother is Rh positive but it could not be type A since neither parent has…
Parent? or breed? An O + mother and an O+ father who breed and produce offspring will produce an O+ offspring, not a - offspring. Of course, through adoption, they can parent whatever blood type they like. :} Positive (+) means you possess certain antibodies in your blood. So if both of you have the antibodies of course your child will too. I am not a doctor...but this was my understanding when researching this question…