• Yes, definately
  • yes. Blood types are divided by the type of antigens on the surface of the red blood cells (antigens create the chemicals that your body to start atacking disease). There are 2 types, A and B. O is the absence of either A or B, an AB is having both. So since you get half you genetic info from each parent you'd get no antigens from your mother and either A OR B antigens from your father.
  • Yes. As the mother is O and the father is AB, that means the child would definitely have to be either A or B. The child could simply definitely NOT be either AB or O.
  • Yes in fact I did! I was amused when my son said his blood type sounded like a fortune cookie!

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