Answer: yes they can.Because there is two ways to express the A group persons that is either IaIa or IaIi ,if both parents are of the second type they can have a child that is O because the person of O type is expressed like this IiIi.
Answer: Anyone can "baptize" anyone with or without their permission or the permission of any relative (some churches baptize everyone not in their faith to their faith) - the question becomes so what:
Without the permission of a legal guardian it is a form of bullying
Without the permission of the baptized party is is similar to entering someone else into contract without their agreement
It has no standing in law - no baptism does
It does not influence the life of the baptized party
Answer: No - blood group O is recessive, two O parents can only produce an O child. A Rh+ mother and Rh- father can produce either a Rh+ or Rh- child - Rh+ is the dominant factor.No - blood group O is recessive, two O parents can only produce an O child. A Rh+ mother and Rh- father can produce either a Rh+ or Rh- child - Rh+ is the dominant factor.
Answer: YES. Blood type is determined by two alleles. An "A" individual can be homozygous "AA" or heterozygous "AO" and still be considered type A. The same is true of a "B" individual. If the father is "AO" and the mother is "BO" then statistically, they have a 25% chance of having a child that is "OO" or type O.
Yes. Regarding blood type, each person has two blood group genes--one from each parent. The blood types sort like this:
For blood type O: O/O
For blood type A: either A/A or A/O
For blood type B: either B/B or B/O
For blood type AB: A/B
Thus two parents who are A/O (and are therefore blood group A) can have a child who is O/O if they both give the O gene, resulting in blood group O.
Regarding Rh type, each parent also give one gene, either Rh - or Rh +. An Rh + person can be either +/+ or +/-: and Rh - person is -/-.
To summarize: a mother who is A/O and Rh +/- (and thus A positive) and a father who is A/O and Rh -/- (and thus A negative) can have a child who is O/O and Rh +/- (and thus O positive).
Answer: If the mother is A, and the father is A, then the child will only have A antigens and will thus be blood type A. If father or mother are AB, then the child can end up with AB, A, or B blood type.
Answer: Yes. The different blood groups are AB, B, A or O. Each person gets one half of their blood group from each parent. So you must have got an O from your father and a B from your mother, O + B = type B.
Answer: Parent? or breed?An O + mother and an O+ father who breed and produce offspring will produce an O+ offspring, not a - offspring.Of course, through adoption, they can parent whatever blood type they like. :}Positive (+) means you possess certain antibodies in your blood. So if both of you have the antibodies of course your child will too.I am not a doctor...but this was my understanding when researching this question when I was pregnant. I am O+ as well.
Answer: To make an O+ child, the mother would have to be of genotype AO, and the father would have to be of genotype BO. Both parents would have to donate the recessive O-type gene to the child for him/her to be O+.