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  • The two AB parents could have any of an A, B or AB, but not O.
  • The two A parents could have either A or O children, but not B or AB.
  • The two B parents could have either B or O children, but not A or AB.
  • The two O parents could only have O children; they cannot have have A, B or AB.
  • If both parents have rhesus-negative blood, so will their children. If both have positive, the child might be either.
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Q: What blood type will a baby have if the parents both have the same blood type?
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If both parents have a blood type of O positive will the baby have the same blood type?

The baby can have either O- or O+ blood type.


Is there any harm to a baby if parents have same blood type?

No


If both parents have a blood type of A - will the Children have the same blood type?

their blood type will be purple


If male has type a and female has type ab what are the possible blood types of their offspring?

The blood type will be the same as one of the parents or a combination, so A or AB. If the parents both have the same Rh factor (+ or -) the baby will have that factor, else it could also be either. The risky situation at birth is where the baby's Rh factor is not the same as the mother's.


Are daughter and father blood types the same?

It depends on both parents blood groups!


Can two parents both with O positive Have an O negative baby?

Yes, blood type is, within reason, random. It's most likely that the baby will be of the same blood type but I don't think it's definite.


Can a baby have a different type of blood from the same parents?

No. A kid has to have the bloodtype of its mother or father.


Should children have same blood type as parents?

No. Often a child can have a completely different blood type from their parents or even the same. It really depends on their genetics.Some combinations of parents are unable to get children with certain blood types - assuming no mutations occur.Regarding the AB0-system:If both parents have blood type 0, all their children will have blood type 0.If both parents have blood type A, no children will have blood type B or AB.If both parents have blood type B, no children will have blood type A or AB.If both parents have blood type AB, no children will have blood type 0.Of course you can be more specific if you know the parents' genes.


What is the meaning of the term fullblood?

If you were breeding animals, full-blood means that both parents are of the same breed. "He's a full-blood Arabian stallion" means that both his parents are Arabians. "She's a full-blood dachshund" means that both of her parents are dachshunds. For people who like to think of human beings as the same as animals, similar remarks can be made about people whose parents are the same breed or race.


If both parents have green eyes what will the baby have?

Probably blue or green. They're both caused by the same gene.


Would siblings who share the same mother and father have the same blood type?

Not necessarily since blood type is a result of inherited genes from both parents and a sibling can have a different set of blood genotypes from these parents.


If both parents have light brown eyes what colour eyes will the baby have?

Probably the same. Depends on what the parents carry as a recessive gene.

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