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Two parents are both blood type AB. What is the chance their baby will have blood type AB?
a) 50% b) 100% c) 0 % d) 25%
Can two parents who both have type B blood have a baby with type O blood?
a) Yes, if both parents are heterozygous b) Yes, if both parents are homozygous c) Yes, if one parent is heterozygous and the other parent is homozygous d) No way!
Two parents are both blood type AB. What is the chance their baby will have blood type O?
a) 0 % b) 25 % c) 50% d) 100%
A mother with a genotype of IAi and a father with a genotype of ii have a baby. What are the possible phenotypic ratios?
a) 50 % type A and 50% type O b) 50% type A and 50% type B c) 100% type A d) 50% type A and 50% type AB
A man who has blood type A and a woman who has blood type B have a child who has blood type O. The best explanation for this is that
a) both parents are heterozygous for their blood type b) the woman is heterozygous for her blood type c) blood type O is produced when you combine the alleles IA and IB d) blood type O is dominant over all of the other blood types
Which cross could produce a baby with type A blood?
a) IAi x ii b) IAIA x IBIB c) IAi x IBIB d) IBIB x ii
Which cross could produce a child with type O blood?
a) IAi x IBi b) IAi x IBIB c) IAIA x IBIB d) IBIB x ii
Which blood type would not appear in the offspring of parents who had genotypes IA IB and IA i?
a) A b) B c) AB d) O
If a man has type B blood and his sister has type A blood, which combination represents the genotypes of their parents?
a) type AB father and type O mother b) type O father and a homozygous A mother c) type O father and a homozygous B mother d) both parents have type O blood
If two parents both have type B blood, can they have a baby with type A blood?
a) No way! b) Yes, if both parents are heterozygous c) Yes, if both parents are homozygous d) Yes, if one parent is heterozygous and the other parent is homozygous
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