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mayrabris2cute Group Title

Which is a possible genotype of a child of parents with blood types O and AB???

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  1. Reaper534 Group Title
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    Then depending on which genotype each parent actually is, the children could be blood type A (AO), B (BO), AB (AB), or O (OO).

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    Answers: a. AO; BO b. AB; BO c. BO; OO d. CO; AB

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    didnt see tht comeing

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    its either b or d

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    mostly d

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  6. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    Alright. Hmm... I'll just put D?

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  7. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    And thank you so much for helping out!!

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    Wait how can it be D if there is c in it???

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    @Frostbite he knows all

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    Sorry not in the mood to answer any more questions today :(

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    awww bt still i think d

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  12. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    :(

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  13. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    Ok. I'll choose d. Thx @Reaper534

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    wait a sec!

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  15. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    OK

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    Do a crosschart, I don't allow you to answer before you make a crosschart :)

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    Alright.

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    |dw:1358203624113:dw|

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  19. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    Err. I don't even get the chart?? It's ok. I'll have my dad help me. SORRY GUYS IM SOO HORRIBLE AT SCIENCE :P

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    Okay then I explain..

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    This chart, show how the treats would be crossed... we need to get one gene from our mother and one from out father... A and B are codomiant so in order to be 0 one of the parients have to be 00

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    Ok.

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    Now the 4 combonations show what kind of output there is able to come... so we can se there is A0 and B0

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    1:1 ratio

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  25. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    Yes. OH NO!!! I gtg. Ballet :( I am really sorry. Thank you for helping though.

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    kk but I hope you can see the answer now.

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  27. mayrabris2cute Group Title
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    I can. Thank you SOOO much

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