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Blood type "O" is the most common blood type.

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Is blood type o recessive or dominant?

Blood type O is recessive. You can only have blood type O if you are homozygous for the trait.


Is blood type determined by multiple alleles?

Each person has two alleles for their blood type, one dominant and one recessive. Except for type AB blood where the alleles are co-dominant. The allele for O blood is always recessive when paired with either an A or B allele.


Can A blood and B blood make O?

The parents could be a dominant A with an o and a dominant B with an o. The A and B are dominant, and the o's are recessive. The children can get 2 o's, one from each parent and they would then have o blood type.


Is the blood type of the father determine the blood type of the child?

Blood type of a child is determined equally by both parents. Each person has two alleles for their ABO blood type. One allele comes from mom, the other comes from dad. A and B alleles are dominant over the O allele. So blood type O people are two O alleles, one from each parent. Blood type A people can be AA or AO. People with AO are still considered blood type A because A is dominant over O. Blood type B people can be BB or BO. People with BO are considered blood type B because B is dominant over O. Blood type AB people got an A from one parent and a B from another parent. But since A and B are equally dominant, you're AB.


Is the blood type of a child determined by the blood type of the father?

Blood type of a child is determined equally by both parents. Each person has two alleles for their ABO blood type. One allele comes from mom, the other comes from dad. A and B alleles are dominant over the O allele. So blood type O people are two O alleles, one from each parent. Blood type A people can be AA or AO. People with AO are still considered blood type A because A is dominant over O. Blood type B people can be BB or BO. People with BO are considered blood type B because B is dominant over O. Blood type AB people got an A from one parent and a B from another parent. But since A and B are equally dominant, you're AB.

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Can a baby be born if father is blood type A dominant and mother is blood type O dominant?

Yes. The baby will have either blood type O+ or A+ (I'm assuming you're referring to positive when you say dominant)


What blood genes are dominant?

A=B>O Blood Type A is equal to Type B, and both of these are dominant to type O. So you can get type A, type B, type AB (mix of A and B because neither one is dominant over the other) or type O.


According to blood type genetics what blood type will the baby of type A and O parents have?

Blood types A and B are more dominant than O. It is more likely that a baby born to parents who are type A and type O will have type A blood because type A is more dominant.


Which blood type is inherited by codminance?

AB blood is co-dominant.


Is the father's blood type usually more dominant than the mother's blood type?

yes


Is blood type o recessive or dominant?

Blood type O is recessive. You can only have blood type O if you are homozygous for the trait.


Can a child with blood type O have a parent with AB blood type explain?

No. A and B are dominant blood types and O is recessive. A parent with blood type AB can only donate a dominant A or dominant B. A child with blood type O would need to come from parents with one of the following combinations: A-A, A-B, A-O, B-O, O-O


A person with the alleles ii has what blood type?

Which statement describes the blood type of a person with the alleles IAi? It is type AB because I and i are codominant. It is type AB because A and i are codominant. It is type A because i is dominant and A is recessive. It is type A because A is dominant and i is recessive.


Is blood type ab co-dominant?

Yes it is !! (X


Is the o blood type dominate over other blood types?

yes the 0+ blood type is dominant over other


Can a baby be born with blood type B if both parents are blood type O?

No, B is dominant therefore a parent would have to have B type blood.


Why are IAIB alleles said to be co-dominant in the blood system?

well you can have type a blood, type b blood, or type ab blood, (not to mention type o). So the alleles are co-dominant because one does not necessarily completely dominate the other. It has to do with the proteins present on the outside of the cells.

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