Asked in Genetics
What percentage of the possible type of offspring were homozygous?
Asked in Genetics, Blood Types
What percentage of the possible t ypes of offspring had the same phenotype as the parents?
It depends first of the genotype of the parents and the type of heredity. If both parents are homozygous dominant or recessive then the offspring will be the same genotype and phenotype (100%). Through normal heredity if both parents are heterozygous then the chances of the offspring having the same phenotype is 75% to 25%.
Asked in Blood Transfusions, Blood Types
What happens if type a blood is mixed with type b blood?