If father is b+ and mother is b+, will ithe kid's blood type turn o+?

I just wanted to know

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  • ceeli
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    7 years ago
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    http://www.medindia.net/patients/calculators/blood...

    The information supplied by you are as follows

    Mother's group B

    Father's group B

    Mother's Rh Rh+

    Father's Rh Rh+

    For the above information

    The Child will be B or O, Rh+ or Rh-

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  • 7 years ago

    If depends if the parents are heterozygous or not if they are it would be Bo and Bo which would have a 20% chance of a kid with type O blood cause Bo and Bo make OO, Bo, or BB If you get what I am saying and I hope that helped

    To answer your questions yes and no depending on the genotypes

    Source(s): School - biology and biomed
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  • 7 years ago

    It can do so or it could be B+. The reason is that O is a recessive gene and people can carry it without having that quality.

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