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    • #7262
      tkd_athena
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      …is there any possibilities that if parents are blood type A and blood type O to produce an offspring having a blood type AB?

    • #70501
      ping
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      No,there are two possibilities-blood type A or blood type O (if the parent with blood type A has the genotype AO).To have a child with blood type AB,the parents have to be A and B.

    • #70548
      Darby
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      How were the blood types determined? Could the O have been typed wrong?

      In theory, it shouldn’t happen, but there are lots of examples of type inheritances that don’t follow the rules. Most of the time, the blood types have been done poorly, but I know of circumstances where that’s unlikely and the patterns still don’t fit the rules.

    • #70677
      Locus
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      It is possible – if parrent with with tipe O hase this becouse he/she luck protien thac carry polysacharide chein that determnate bloode tipe (If I am not wrong it is called Bombei sindrome). So he/she can carry allele B but not blood tipe B.

    • #70683
      Dr.Stein
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      Could be the agglutination is very smooth thus they thought it was O instead of B. Soemtimes it happens here, then we need to examine with miscroscope to see the agglutination.

    • #72427
      dr. dugmore
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      yes, its all about chances, have you used the punnet square method? its really good for finding chances of charasticts like blood type, hair colour etc.

    • #72540
      baikuza
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      haha… if it was, then it was a mistake of the tester.
      anyway… it is not possible that parent blood type is A and O.. then the offspring is AB.

    • #111531
      Fremixh16
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      what will be the blood type of a children if the father is blood type b and the mother is blood type AB

    • #111534
      JackBean
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      A or AB

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