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what is the conclusion for the blood group lab?

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the blood group lab in biology.....that determine which blood group could be given to a person with another blood group.
Here's a chart you can use:

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ok thank you but i also need colour changes for the lab...type A is red, type B is blue, type AB is purple and type O is clear. |dw:1362254662908:dw|
the A, B, AB and O for the color change is typed wrong...each has its own is recipient's blood type and the other is donor's blood type.
Sorry, I'm not a part of whatever class you're in. I didn't do this lab. The most I can give you is that chart on how blood transfusions match up.
oh ok thanks anyways for the chart!!
Mm hm you're welcome.

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