Can dog blood infect human blood?
yes because it has bacteria that isn't good for human blood
there are many differance btween the to as well as similarites some of the differences are amount of rh protiens dogs cant have type o blood most dogs haye type ab blood dogs have more white blood cells than humans
think so, but not sure. I've just been doing abit of this in school. i know they 'digest' the bacterium from an infected area but not sure if they can get infected by the bacteria they just 'digested'
White blood cells (WBC) fight against the infections.
white. red carries oxygen
lymphocyte which diffrentiate to B cell and T cell
White blood cells fight infection while the red blood cells carry blood to your heart.
yes its true vitamin d is unique
Haemoglobin is bound to red blood cells (erythrocytes). The main role of red blood cells is to transport oxygen around the body.
Red blood cells do not contain DNA
The white blood cell.
There are different types of white blood cells, but the one we all know either releases chemicals to attack, or produce anti-bodies which bind themselves to the illness then clinging to other cels that have does the same, cause them to explode killing them selves and the bacteria. This is also why people have hey fever
Here are the different blood types and corresponding genotypes that people can have: * A (IAIA or IAi) * B (IBIB or IBi) * AB (IAIB) * O (ii) Collectively, these are known as ABO blood types, but you cannot be an ABO person! To be O, you must be homozygous recessive (genotype ii), so you cannot be A, B, or AB, because all of those require at least one dominant allele.
Nowhere near. Besides the fact that our DNA is much more complex than that of insects, DNA is individualized to a species and even more variance between individuals of the same
When bacteria enters the body due to an infection, a type of white blood cells called phagocytes will surrounds and clumps the foreign bacteria together. They will then engulf the bacteria and digest them. One of the phagocytes would regurgitate parts of the ingested material of the bacteria back to its surface. This material is then offered to another white blood cells called lymphocytes. This is so that the lymphocytes can keep a record of… Read More
Some white blood cells act as scavengers and engulf foreign particles (such as bacteria which can cause infections ) and destroy them. Other white blood cells produce antibodies or destroy dead cells.
the red blood cells
i dont think they do, i think it is just white blood cells
Monocytes, macrophages, neutrophils, and eosinophils are white blood cells that fight infection through phagocytosis.
only red blood cells
It is possible for the baby to be Oif both parents were Ao
Group O can only receive O type blood. O - negative can be donated to almost anyone, with almost any blood group. It is concidered 'The Universal Donor'.
the amount of hemoglobhin
Are called erythrocytes.
human blood is approx 37 degrees
Blood type O lacks the antigen proteins of A and B. Blood type O is the universal donor.
1) Frog's red blood cells contain a nucleus that carries all the genetic information needed to make new cells by replication. Human red blood cells contain no nuclei because they reproduce differently than frog.2) We human have platelets in our blood but frogs do not have them.
Probably they have other blood groups. If I remember it right, there are 19 blood groups for dogs.
Blood type AB can receive from all other blood types.
They engulf the infection (bacteria or virus). Inside it are enzymes that break the harmful substance down and make it safe for the body. From there, the cell excretes it as waste and the body gets rid of it.
White Blood Cells
If an infection occurs and bacteria enters your body the white blood cells will produce antibodies to cover them and clump them together, then more white blood cells will engulf them and digest them. A lot of the white blood cells will then die but a few will stay alive as memory cells and if that bacteria enters again they will multipy and fight it before any harm id done. Platelets in the blood will… Read More
B cells and T cells
There are white blood cells in the blood, and they can fight off infections.
No. Platelets are the clotting agent.
Unlike typical mammalian red blood cells, those from amphibians, such as frogs, contain a DNA-bearing nucleus that is visible in the center of the cell. The circulatory system of amphibians is rather unusual, their hearts having three chambers, two atria, and a single ventricle.
Not true. They both do. DNA is contained in all living cells.
check: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type the answer is: NO. A, B, and O blood types/groups are inherited. A type blood has A antigens on people with A red blood cells, and B type blood has B antigens on B type blood cells, and AB type blood has both A and B antigens on the blood cells. O type blood cells lacks both antigens on the red blood cells, (making it the universal donor since it won't be attacked… Read More
Yes. O blood is a recessive gene. If someone has type A blood it means their genes are either AA or AO and if they are type B it means they either have BB or BO genes. If a person with type A blood is has AO and a person with type B blood has BO, they could have a baby with OO genes giving the baby type O blood.
no absolutely not. a person with negative blood type cannot accept blood from a positive blood type, however, positives can receive from negitives.
Because blood type O doesn't have any kind of Antibodies so it can be given to all types of blood.
If its contamination your talking about.ALL if not only O.
No. The B antigen is different from the A antigen, and type O blood has neither A nor B antigens. To get a child with type A blood, one of the parents has to donate the A antigen gene, which means one of the parents must be either A or AB.
No - if you are thinking of parents, one of whom is O positive and the other is O negative, then their child will have to be O as well. There's absolutely no way for two O parents to produce an A child. It works like this: If they have AO or AA, they have blood type A. If they have BO or BB, they have blood type B. If they have AB, they have… Read More
There is a high chance that positive blood will be made as both the O + and the AB + blood have the Rh antigens which make the blood positive.
Any A, B, AB, or O but preferably AB.
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Parental information:Mother type AB -- mom can give the baby Gene A or BFather type AB -- dad can give the baby Gene A or BBaby receives one gene from each parent:Baby is type AABaby is type ABBaby is type BBGenerally speaking, since there is no O gene from either parent to contribute to the baby, the offspring cannot be Type O.HOWEVER: There is… Read More
Yes -AB Parent has genotype IA IB . If the parent with B blood has the genotype IBi, which is entirely possible, then there is a chance that the baby would be IAi, and would have type A blood.Plus/minus has to do with the RH factor in blood, so you can't tell from the information given whether the baby could be "plus". If one of the parents is RH+, the baby could be as well.
the austrian scientist karl landsteiner discovered blood group a,b,o. the jansky was discovered the blood group ab.