The baby can have either O- or O+ blood type.
Yes, blood type is, within reason, random. It's most likely that the baby will be of the same blood type but I don't think it's definite.
It depends on both parents blood groups!
their blood type will be purple
No. Often a child can have a completely different blood type from their parents or even the same. It really depends on their genetics.Some combinations of parents are unable to get children with certain blood types - assuming no mutations occur.Regarding the AB0-system:If both parents have blood type 0, all their children will have blood type 0.If both parents have blood type A, no children will have blood type B or AB.If both parents have blood type B, no children will have blood type A or AB.If both parents have blood type AB, no children will have blood type 0.Of course you can be more specific if you know the parents' genes.
No. A kid has to have the bloodtype of its mother or father.
If you were breeding animals, full-blood means that both parents are of the same breed. "He's a full-blood Arabian stallion" means that both his parents are Arabians. "She's a full-blood dachshund" means that both of her parents are dachshunds. For people who like to think of human beings as the same as animals, similar remarks can be made about people whose parents are the same breed or race.
The blood type will be the same as one of the parents or a combination, so A or AB. If the parents both have the same Rh factor (+ or -) the baby will have that factor, else it could also be either. The risky situation at birth is where the baby's Rh factor is not the same as the mother's.
Not necessarily since blood type is a result of inherited genes from both parents and a sibling can have a different set of blood genotypes from these parents.
Probably blue or green. They're both caused by the same gene.
No, not necessarily. If the father has blood type a negative the son has a 1 eighth of getting the same. my parents have blood type a positive, but i have b negative.
Probably the same. Depends on what the parents carry as a recessive gene.
Yes; the child receives a random blood allele from both parents, so unless both parents are type O, AA, or BB, the children can have different blood types
No. This has no bearing on any health related concerns.
there is no relation between child personality and life with types of blood either they are the same or different.
Theres chances that a couples baby may get the same blood group. They dont have to be different blood groups.
Not necessarily. A child's bloodtype depends on both of their parents' types.
I'm pretty sure since you both have the same blood type the baby should be fine. All of mine were and I have O+ and the father is B+
It all depends on what the recessive gene of both parents are. With type A blood, you can have a recessive a or o. Technically, the parents blood type would be Aa or Ao. Depending on which each of them have, the only possibilities of the child's blood type would be A or O. The only way for the child to have O blood is if both parents carry the o recessive and the child gets an O from both parents. A child gets one gene from each parent, one of which will be dominate and the other recessive. The exception being, if the parents had B and A, or one had AB and the other had A or B, the baby could have AB blood, in which case, there is no recessive gene, as both AB are equal. The same holds true with positive and negative blood types. A person with positive blood can still have a negative recessive gene and pass it along, so I child whose parents are both positive can still have negative blood.
Most likely green or blue. They are both caused by the same gene.
Probably either blue or green. They're both caused by the same gene.
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If both parents are O negative than the child will also be O negative. This is a special case with O negative, the same logic doesn't apply to other blood groups.
yes. even though me and my 4 brothers look alike only 2 of us share the same blood group and both our parents are a-