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Postby lohita » Tue Mar 29, 2005 11:09 pm

The alleles for human blood type A and B are codominant, but both are dominant over the type O allele. the Rh factor is seperate from the ABO blood group and is located on a seperate chromosomes. The Rh-positive allele is dominant over Rh-negative. indicate the possible phenotypes from the mating of a woman with type O, Rh-negative with a man with type A, Rh-positive.

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Postby Poison » Wed Mar 30, 2005 5:32 pm

I dont know if yu still need the answer but let me explain
Women can only be OO and rr
Man can be either AO or AA and RR or Rr
So the children:

AO and Rr ( A Rh +)
AO and rr (A Rh -)
OO and Rr(O Rh +)
OO and rr(O Rh -)
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How charged with punishment the scroll
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Postby mith » Wed Mar 30, 2005 8:46 pm

One problem poison, what happened to the B's?
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Postby Poison » Wed Mar 30, 2005 9:47 pm

B s?
the question is:
indicate the possible phenotypes from the mating of a woman with type O, Rh-negative with a man with type A, Rh-positive.
Where is B?
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How charged with punishment the scroll
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