Do babies inherit their blood from their fathers only?
No, a baby can get either of the parents blood type.
You can only have one biological father, but one or more step-fathers (not of your blood.)
All of your children will have different fathers and they will only be half sisters its really not right to have babies with a bunch of different guys.
Yes for fraternal twins only. If two eggs are released and each egg is fertilized by a different man, the babies can be fathered by two different men.
There is no blood in semen. The father's semen and the mother's egg are both required for childbirth.
Yes. A person can inherit only two alleles for blood group, though there are three (multiple) different alleles in the population.
Yes, they can. The only time blood type is an issue is when the mother has a negative blood type and the father has a positive.
If mothers blood is ab positive and fathers blood is o negative what is child's possible blood group?
In this situation there are only two different possibilities for the child. He or she will either be Type A (AO) or Type B (BO).
Yes, this is very possible. Blood is only needed in adults bodies. Right now, babies are being born without blood and suriving.
A vast fortune. His father, James Potter, was the only heir of a wealthy pure-blood family so his money was passed to Harry.
No. In order for someone to have AB blood, they must inherit the A from one parent and the B from the other. Therefore a parent with O blood could only have A, B or O children (depending on the blood type of the other parent).
Only males have a Y chromosome. Logically, a son could only inherit a Y chromosome from his father.
The only way to buy your father's house would to be to purchase it before he passes, after he has passed, you automatically inherit the house. Even if you purchase the house, you will still pay taxes.
1.. they only inherit the X chromosome
No - this is not possible. The child must inherit one allele from each parent. This means that at least one parent must have a B allele in order for the child to have B-type blood. The only possibilities with B- X AB are B, A or AB.
No - this is not possible. The child must inherit one allele from each parent. This means that if one parent is AB, they must donate either an A or a B to the child. This means that the only possible blood types are A, B and AB (depending on whether the other parent is BO or BB). If the parent with B blood type is homozygous, BB, then the child can only be B… Read More
Male hemophiliacs inherit it from their mother, because hemophilia is only on the X gene and males only have one and it is from their mother.
No, a cub cannot inherit an injury from the parent.
Could your blood type be o or b if your fathers is blood type o dominant and your mothers is blood type b dominant?
Yes - blood type O or B are the only possibilities. Each parent donates one allele to the child. The parent with blood type O must donate an O. The parent with blood type be will donate either a B or an O - they can only donate an O if they are heterozygous, BO.
Yes you can, but only within about 2 weeks of the first conception. So you could actually be pregnant with two babies from two different fathers at the same time!
No - this is not possible. The baby must inherit the B allele from one of it's parents - but neither of these parents have one. The only possibilities with these parents are blood type A or O, depending on whether the parent with A-type blood is heterozygous, AO, or homozygous, AA.
Daughters inherit an X-chromosome from each parent but sons receive an X-chromosome only from the mother. The father supplies a Y-chromosome to make the child a boy.
No, the child will inherit either the A or the B blood type antigen from the mother, plus any blood type antigen the father might provide. This would mean the child can only be A, B, or AB (should the father provide the opposite blood type antigen that the mother provides).
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?
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.)
Yes. Jennifer Grant was Cary Grant's only child, and she did inherit the bulk of his estate.
yes You only inherit genes when your a baby. from your dad and your mom. so i don't believe you would know it because you were just a sperm & an ovum starting to make you. so you can only inherit genes from your parents when you weren't born yet. :P
Why abo group can use blood type to identify mixed up babies in hospital and cannot be used in court to sue for maintenance?
Blood type should only HELP to identify mixed up babies. There are only 8 possibilities and some are much more common than others. The probability of having the same blood group as the guy next to you is extremely high. Someone's blood group alone cannot PROVE anything. One would have to have genetic analysis to definitively check paternity...and even that is not exact (i.e. if the potential parents are brothers etc..). You can only EXCLUDE… Read More
Since the ABO blood group system is codominant, the parent who is type O has both allels coding for type O. The parent who is AB has one allele coding for type A while the other allele is coding for type B. Although the child will inherit only the O allele from the type O parent, the child's phenotype will be either A or B. Since the child will inherit either the A or the… Read More
Only by adoption.... A person's blood type in the ABO system denotes the presence or absence of the A and B antigens. The antigens are molecules on the surface of the red blood cells; Group A people have the A antigen Group B people have the B antigen Group AB people have both A and B antigens Group O people do not have A or B Each person has two genes controlling their ABO blood… Read More
No. Unless you have a freezing nitrogen-filled container that's turned on 24 hours a day and seven days a week. This type of facility can only be found in family private cord blood bank such as Cord Blood Registry.
Only the female mosquito drinks blood. Female mosquitoes have to drink enough blood to have eggs to have their babies. If they don't get enough blood they won't have young. The reason of this is that the female mosquito doesn't have enough blood to make their own young. That is why the female mosquito needs to borrow blood from humans and OTHER ANIMALS that will give warm blood.
Toddlers have buyable clothes, but babies don't. The only way to have a baby look as if its wearing clothes is to get a custom skin tone with clothes painted on the baby skin. However, they must inherit this skin from their parents and it means all babies from that family will have the same clothes. The website modthesims2 has some skintones with clothes painted on the baby skin, if you want to download them.
As far as I know there were no British men born in 1950 only records of male and female babies. The average height of the babies' fathers would have been about 5 foot 7 inches during that era. Today the average height of a British male is around 5 foot 10 inches.
Only if they are named in the will.
The following was to be done only on the first Passover - the night of the Exodus from Egypt - not on following years. The Israelites put drops of blood of the Passover sacrifice on the doorposts of their homes and the lintel (the top of the doorway). Exodus ch.12.
A male can only inherit the estate, and since Mr. Bennet has no sons, another man by the name of Mr. Collins will inherit it. (He is the closest male related to the Bennet family).
This means you are a dhampir. half human half vampire. Dhampir's don't drink human blood. They do get a thirst for blood but unlike vampires they only want it, they don't need it. They usually don't drink blood at all. In fact, they usually hunt vampires instead because they drink blood - probably because of their vampire fathers for what they did to their human mothers.
Let's say there's a mother with blood type A and the baby is type B; the list of possible fathers drops because in order for that baby's blood type to be B, it would have to come from someone with either AB, or B. Hope this helps! You can only dis-prove that someone is the father, based on their blood type. Using a 'punnett square' should help.
Traits that typically will only be expressed in offspring if they inherit two copies of the genes for the trait are called?
Traits that typically will only be expressed in offspring if they inherit two copies of the genes for the trait are called Recessive traits. - Nikkkki
Most laws of intestate succession provide only for blood relatives to inherit, sometimes followed by step-relations (of the half-blood, by marriage). This would not usually include any in-laws who are not also of the same blood. In the case of an "uncle": his surviving spouse and any direct descendants would inherit the entire estate before going to his parents and their direct descendants (i.e., other uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, and their children...), and nowhere does… Read More
Instead of having only two alleles for a trait, there are more than two. An example in humans is the ABO blood group system, where there are three alleles that are possible. However, an individual can only inherit the alleles of his/her parents, for a total of two alleles.
Can a person with b plus blood type and a person with b- blood type have a child with o plus blood type?
Yes - but only if both parents are heterozygote, Bo. If they are both Bo, then there is a 1/4 chance that their child will be blood type O, and a 3/4 chance they will be blood type B. If the B+ parent is homozygous ++, then all the children will have + blood. If they are heterozygote, +-, then approximately half the children will be + and half -. The B- parent must be… Read More
Women can also inherit sex linked traits because they are carried on the X chromosome. This means that men are more likely to inherit it, even if it's recessive, because men only have one X chromosome. In the case of a recessive sex-linked mutation, the woman would need to inherit two of the mutated X Chromosomes whereas a man would only need one.
You can inherit it from your parents, so it is automatically genetic. Color blindness is a recessive trait, so you only inherit it if both your parents carry the gene.
Plants only inherit few physical characteristics, while Humans often inherit many physical features.
The laws specifies who inherits if there is no will. In most cases in the US they follow the Uniform Probate Code. That says that the children and spouse inherit. Siblings only inherit if there are not spouse or decendants.
There is no patron saint for expectant fathers, only for expectant mothers. However, St. Joseph, the husband of Mary, is the patron saint of fathers.
If two kids are born from the same mother but different fathers are they still full brother and sister?
Not full brother and sister, but in sharing the same blood line ofthe mother, you are considered to be related by half of the parentage, in this case, on the mother's side. Whether one becomes full brother/sister is a matter of love,compassion, acceptance, and the half factor becomes a matter only of legality. You are half brother and sister. You share your mothers blood but not your fathers.
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