Brown-eyed [brunette getting in a mustang] girl.
It would depend on the brunette's genotype. If they are heterozygous for that trait, then the offspring could be any combination of blonde hair, brown hair, blue eyes, or brown eyes. If the brunette is homozygous dominant, then it's 100% sure the offspring will have a phenotype the same as the brunette.
Emily caillon...is not the green eyed beauty in the Oil of olay Regenerist Commercial. The correct answer is Shelley Goodstein.
Joanne Quiles is the bug-eyed brunette in the Hair Cuttery commercial dancing around with her scarf. I do not want her hair cut.
She is a young adult women with great physical strength and superhuman abilities who does not age and converts from being blonde and blue-eyed in spring to a dark-eyed brunette of the underworld.
Yes. It has been know to occur as a result of recessive genes pairing. The same thing happens when two brunette parents breed a red headed child.
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The lovely lady is Louise Griffiths.
I'm not sure I could see someone saying yes, but then again I could see someone saying no. This is because there are two possibilities, one is yes she wears colored contacts to go from a brown eyed brunette to a blue eyed blond. The second possibility is that the camera crew or stage crew has some special lens or lighting that can make the illusion that causes the change from the brown eyed brunette… Read More
Because it was the 'pure german' gene and the blonde hair blue eyed gene was being taken over by brunette because it is more dominant
yes, only 2 blue eyed people can only have a blue eyed baby, this will not change ever! where as 2 brown eyed people can also have a blue eyed baby, but for 2 blue eyed people to have a brown eyed baby is impossible!
Yes. The woman can be heterogeneous non-blue. That means she carries a blue eyed gene and a non-blue eyed gene. The blue eyed is normally recessive so he carries both blue eye genes and doesn't carry a non-blue gene. If two blue eyed parents have a child then the child will be blue eyed.
Yes, two blue eyed people can and most likely will have a blue eyed baby. Two blue eyed people are likely to produce a brown eyed baby as well.
It looks A LOT like Deborah Ann Woll from True Blood!
Yes, because if a blue-eyed man is BB or Bb, meaning the B is blue-eyed and dominant, and the b is brown-eyed and recessive, marries a woman who is bb, or has brown-eyes, the children could be either all blue-eyed if the man was BB, or 50% are blue-eyed if the man is Bb.
A green eyed mother and a blue eyed father can have a child with blue eyes.
Yes. Blue eyes are a recessive genetic trait, which means that a brown- or green-eyed person can still carry a gene for blue eyes. In this case, the blue-eyed gene is recessive, or subordinate, to the green- or brown-eyed gene. To be blue-eyed, an individual must have a recessive blue-eyed gene from both its mother and father.
It's very likely that they will have a blue eyed child. My parens are both blue eyed and now I am.But not always will it work out that way.
Yes, two blue eyed parents can have brown eyed children.
yes, if the they have the blue eyed trait in their genes
Mothers father brown-eyed, mother blue-eyed. fathers mother brown eyed, father blue-eyed.
Yes, Brown eyes are a dominant trait. However, people with brown eyes can still carry a blue eyed gene. To make it simple, if a brown eyed person is carrying a blue eyed gene, it would be represented by B (brown), b (blue). Since blue eyes are the receissive gene, a blue eyed person would need both blue genes and be represented by b (blue) b (blue). There would be a 50% chance of a… Read More
yes but it is uncommon.
If you are talking about the Acqua di Gioia commercial, her name is Emily DiDonato, she models for Maybelline, Ralph Lauren and Victoria's Secret too.
I am the green-eyed daughter of a blue-eyed mother and a brown-eyed father. So yes.
No. A blue eyed parent and a hazel eyes parent can only have a hazel eyed or Blue eyed child. Do you have an open relationship? It seems that someone else is the parent.
yes, it depends on how strong the blue eyed gene is
It is possible, but there is a better chance he will be brown-eyed, due to the fact blue is recessive and brown is dominant.
It is highly possible
the fathers gene is stronger
Yes it is possibe
yes that is what happened in my case
techinacly yes because blue eyes are a recessive gene
The duration of Blue Eyed is 1.5 hours.
"Blue-eyed" in English means avere gli occhi blu in Italian.
Yes. Blue eyes is a recessive gene, and if you both carry it, there is a 1/4 chance of a Blue eyed baby
Yes they can, depending on the genetic history or both parents.
No, the compound word 'blue-eyed' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. Example: Her dog was a blue-eyed husky. (the adjective 'blue-eyed' describes the noun 'husky', a breed of dog)
If a blue-eyed man marries a brown-eyed woman whose mother was blue-eyed dominant what proportion of their children will have blue eyes?
Answer all blue
If they have a gene of blue eyes, then if both parents have the gene the child will be blue-eyed.
It is highly unlikely, as the gene for brown eyes is dominant over the gene for blue eyes, and it's unlike the Filipino parent is carrying the blue gene. The baby will carry the gene for blue eyes, and if it's own spouse is blue-eyed, each of its children has a 50% chance of being blue-eyed.
yes, but rarely.
Depends on the grandparents and their parents.
Is it possible to have a blue eyed child if one of the parents has hazel eyes but both parents have the blue eyed gene?
yes it is and if they both have the blue eyed gene then the child should have blue eyes
Yes, if they have a brown eyed gene, because the brown eyed gene dominates the blue eyed gene, leaving you with either a green eyed child or a brown eyed child. I hope that has helped
NO. People with blue eyes do NOT have the brown eyed gene, if they did they themselves would have developed brown eyes instead of their blue as it is dominant. So two blue eyed parents can only pass the blue gene to their offspring.
in all humans, the gene that carries blue eyes is dominant; if one parent has blue eyes, the child WILL have blue eyes, no matter what