What phenotype is produced by AB genotype?
The AB phenotype is produced by the AB genotype.
What blood types or types can be found in an offspring if a mother has type AB blood and the father has type B blood?
The mother is genotype AB, the father is either genotype BO or BB. If the father is genotype BO, the children can be genotype AB, AO, BB, or BO. This results in children with phenotype blood types of: AB, A, or B. If the father is genotype BB, the children can be genotype AB, AB, BB, or BB. This results in children with phenotype blood types of: AB or B.
Well the mother could provide the recessive "a" gene or "b" gene needed for the type "O" blood Phenotype if she is "Aa" Genotype or "Ab" Genotype and not "AA" Genotype. However for the father to be type "AB" blood Phenotype he must be "AB" Genotype, so he cannot provide either a recessive "a" gene or "b" gene necessary for the child to have type "O" blood Phenotype. So no, these parents cannot have a…
Hi this is cindywearsmakeup and yes you can tell the genotype of a persons phenotype because lets take for example blood types: there are four blood types A, AB. O, and B (phenotype) the genotype for those phenotypes is Phenotype Genotype: Blood type A: AA,AO Blood type B: BB, BO Blood type AB: AB Blood type O: OO sO BY JUST LOOKING IF A PERSONS BLOOD TYPE FOR A PHENOTYPE IS A THEN YOUR GOING…
Due to a genotype, which basically mean codes that can produce proteins, a phenotype is observed. Genes contain information for protein synthesis. The proteins produced in turn produce an externally observable character or trait. This external appearance produced due to the effect of a genotype is phenotype.
Type AB is inherited by codominance. With the other blood types, the A or B is the dominant gene, and determines the phenotype, while O is recessive. Therefore, genotype AO yields phenotype A, and genotype OO yields phenotype O. With the combination of A and B, neither is dominant. Instead they present a combined phenotype.
Are you talking about phenotype or genotype? Phenotype is the expression of the genotype. Genotype is what you inherited. Phenotype is what you see. Homozygous is the same. Heterozygous is different. If you inherit one allele for blue eyes and one allele for brown eyes, your phenotype should be brown eyes. Your genotype would be brown eyes, blue eyes. You would have a heterozygous genotype.
genotype is the genes involved for example the letters: GG, Gg, or gg phenotype is the characteristic you see because of the genotype the genotype tell what the phenotype will be for example: if G is green and g is white GG will have a green phenotype Gg will have a green phenotype gg will have a white phenotype
It isn't possible to find a phenotype. This is because the phenotype is the expression of the genotype. The genotype contains the genetic information for the phenotype, but does not show any physical information. The phenotype expresses the genotype in a physical and physiological way, so that what you actually see, is the phenotype. Take blood type for example: Genotypically it is just the genetic code of AGCTCTAGTCC (lets say), but Phenotypically it is Type…