No. The Rh Negative blood group is formed by an absence of the Positive factor.
which blood group can be donate to all other groups? "O" positive blood group. it's called universal donor.
No. "Positive" blood groups have something in them that "negative" blood groups do not have. So if they were to give blood to the "negative" groups, it would be like introducing a foreign substance into the blood stream. O- people can give blood to any group, and AB+ can accept blood from any group.
They are both surprisingly both AB positives!
YOu are universal donater, you can donate blood to a, b and ab positive blood groups.
yes it is true that the child would have either B or O positive blood groups only. This is because the father may have the genotype OB if he is heterozygous and BB if he is homozygous. So is the case for the mother. Rh factor determines if the blood group is positive or negative. Since the parents are positive, so would be the child. Thus upon recombination, the only possible blood groups will be O or B.
Theres chances that a couples baby may get the same blood group. They dont have to be different blood groups.
Never. Although, genes for ABO and Rh blood groups are present on the surface of RBCs but ABO and Rh blood group systems are different. Rh positive is always dominant to Rh negative gene irrespective of ABO blood groups. Hence, Rh positive blood group always express itself.
blood group "B" or "O"positive.
Can a negative blood group donate an organ to a positive blood group
The progeny could have any of the 4 blood groups, viz., A, B, AB and O. (positive only) The ABO blood typing system is an example of codominance. In codominance, both the alleles are expressed.
is A positive blood group and AA blood group the same
Positive refers to Rh factor which is independant of A,B,O etc. blood groups. There are no issues with any blood group marrying. Likewise positive Rh individuals that marry will not have any issues with incompatibility during gestation.
what is a gf blood group? And what is the question?
Blood group O This blood type has neither 'A' or 'B' antigens in it and can be given safely to anyone (even if, for example, if they are A positive).
AB positive / A positive / B positive
The advantage of the blood group O positive is that O positive blood can be given to any blood group. This is especially important when it comes to blood shortages.
Yes. Negative is recessive.
Group O blood can be given to any of the ABO groups in an emergency - although cross-matching with the patient's actual group is preferable.
no. it is entirely different
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When they become pregnant there should not be any problems related to the rhesus blood groups - this would only be a potential problem if the mother was negative, and the father was positive.