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Answered 2012-01-02 19:10:08

Most likely blue eyes.
Blue eyes. Blue eyes are a recessive trait and the only way to have true blue eyes (not hazel blue or anything in between) is if bothe recessive genes are present. If there happens to be a touch of brown in those blue eyes then the eye color can vary.
Most likely blue, since blue is recessive.
The eyes will most likely be hazel or blue.


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It depends on the eye color genes of the parents. If the mother has a recessive eye color, such as blue, and the father has a dominant eye color, like brown, then the baby will have the father's eye color because brown is dominant over blue. If both parents have recessive colors, blue, only then will the baby be born with blue eyes. Only if both parents have the recessive gene. Blue+Blue=Blue Brown+Brown=Brown Brown+Blue=Brown It all just depends on the parents.

My mother has hazel eyes and my dad has blue eyes. I have brown eyes.

I assume you mean the mother has a dominant allele for some other color. Father is homozygous recessive for blue. Dominant allele + recessive blue X recessive blue + recessive blue The baby has a 50% chance of blue eyes and a 50% chance of getting the dominant colored eyes.

Yes. The mother could be heterozygous for eye color, and she then passed the recessive allele to her baby.

Probably blue. But if other colors run in the family, then the baby could end up with different color eyes than the parents.

Brown. because its 70% that the baby will have brown eyes. And 30% that the baby will have blue eyes.

You cant have red eyes... but the baby would most likely get blue eyes or brown (If the dd had brown, then the baby would have brown)

The eyes could be greenish blue, green, blue, or some other color from a recessive trait of one of the parents. There is no sure way of knowing.

The baby could have any color of eye from brown to hazel to green to blue - the genetics of eye color are complex and multifactorial. However, in general blue eyes are mostly recessive and brown eyes tends to be dominant.

Your baby will most likely have blue or brown eyes. It's a fifty-fifty chance. If I'm wrong, then your baby could have green eyes, too.

Yes because the Father has Blue eyes. But the Baby could have Brown because it is more dominute.

This can't really be determined until the baby is born, but remember that the baby's eye color might not be blue or hazel and instead might take the gene of another relative, say the mother or father's parents or grandparents. It is pretty unpredictable when it comes to eye color.

If the mother and father both have recessive genes for blue eyes, there is a possibility for the child to have blue eyes.

depends on what your other families eyes are, then they can be eny colour for example, if your grandma had blue eyes and your mother and father have brown eyes then they can be blue as well.

Yes. Brown is the domanent color. Look at his parents and her parents eyes. what colors do they have?

yo baby gonnna have red eyes and turn into a vampire and bite the moma and dady

Mark Teixeira's favorite color is blue. His father had a baby blue Mustang, and it also reminds him of the ocean.

You can't go by that all the time. Recessive genes may be present and the baby may take on other relative's characteristics.

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