What is the history of the Rh factor?
it is the inherited protein found on the surface of red blood cells
Rh factor is a protein that is found in the blood of about 85% of the population. Those who have the factor are Rh positive, while those who don't, are Rh negative. A person who is Rh negative can safely donate blood to persons with or without the protein. A person who is Rh positive can only donate to those who are Rh positive.
There's not enough information to give the probable blood groups since no blood group was given for the male. However, an rh negative male and an rh positive female could produce either an rh negative baby or an rh positive baby. The male is definitely homozygous recessive for rh factor, but the female could be homozygous dominant for rh factor, in which case the baby would be heterozygous for rh factor and it would be…