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Asked by  | 26th Jan, 2009, 12:52: PM

Expert Answer:

No it is not enough.

This information is insufficient to determine the dominant blood group. During cross breeding, even recessive traits can express themselves phenotypically. For example, if a heterozygous male AO mates with OO female, then there is a probability of the child inheriting OO genotype. So, you cannot determine the dominant blood group in this case

Answered by  | 26th Jan, 2009, 02:18: PM

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