We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby.
Generally the baby will be either Type A pos/neg or Type O pos/neg.
HOWEVER: There is more to ABO blood typing that just the ABO gene.
There is also an inhibitory gene that will change any genotype into the phenotype O.
Therefore a person with genetically AB blood can be tested as having Type O.
then the Type AB baby is definitely possible.
If one parent has blood type B and the other blood type O, it is possible to have a baby of blood type O or B. It is NOT possible (0% chance) to have a baby with blood type A.
Yes, the baby will have either B or O type blood.
the baby will have the O BLOOD.
If with A + and O + Baby can have : A + or O + If with A + and O - Baby can have : A +, A-, O +, O - If with A - and O + Baby can have : A +, A-, O +, O - If A - and O - Baby can have : A + or O -
If the parent's blood type is AB and B, the possible blood type of the baby is A, B, or AB.
If a parent's baby is having AB and O blood type, respectively, the baby's possible blood type will be A or B.
The blood type would be A positive.
Yes, that is possible. The first parents has a genotype of BO, while the second parent has a genotype of AO. The parents have a 25% chance of producing a child with AB blood, 25% chance of A blood, 25% chance of B blood, and 25% chance of O blood.
If a baby is blood type B, the one parent must have a B. The possible combinations are: One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent B (homozygous or heterozygous) One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent A (heterozygous) One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent AB One parent B (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent O One parent AB (homozygous or heterozygous), other parent O (homozygous or heterozygous) The Rh factor must be either positive heterozygous or negative in each of the parents.
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.
No, in this scenario the possible blood types for the children are A- and B-. Positive refers to the presence of Rh factor in the blood. The Rh factor has to come from somewhere.
Well the baby can have blood type A or blood type B.