BLOOD TYPE PRACTICE QUESTIONS for Spring 2010

BLOOD TYPE PRACTICE QUESTIONS for Spring 2010 - D). could...

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BLOOD TYPE PRACTICE QUESTIONS for Spring 2010 1. A person who has type B blood and a father with type A blood must ___________ . a. be illegitimate b. have anti-B antibodies in their plasma; c. have a type O mother d. have B-type antigens on their red blood cells; e. none of the above (a-d) correctly completes the sentence. 2. Charlie (blood type AB) marries Jane (type A). If Jane's father has type O but no further information is available about Charlie's parents or Jane's mother, which of the following four blood types (a-d), if any, could NEVER occur among Charlie and Jane's children? A). type A B). type B C). type AB D). type O E). none of the above (a-d) is correct because any of the four types could occur. 3. Which one of the following five statements will NOT correctly complete the following sentence: “A person with type AB blood ____________.” A). could, in an emergency, receive blood from any of the four blood types B). could, in an emergency, donate blood to any of the four blood types C). could never have a parent with type O blood
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Unformatted text preview: D). could never have a child with type O blood E). must be heterozygous for the gene controlling this blood group system 4. A person who has type O blood has A). anti-A antibodies B). anti-B antibodies C). anti-AB antibodies D). both anti-A and -B antibodies E). no surface antibodies 5. Could a man with type B blood and a woman with type AB produce a child with type O blood? A). Possible B). Not Possible 6. If the mother of a child is blood type O+ and the child is A-, what blood type(s) could the father be? A+, A-, AB+, or AB-7. If a mother is type O+ and the father is A-, what would the offspring's blood type? A). A+ or O+ B). A- or O-C). A+, A-, O+, or O-D). A+ or O-8. I am trying to figure out what blood type the father of my son could have since my son and I are both type A+. Also, my brother is type 0 and my mom is A+. The father could be: A). A, AB, B, or O B). Either A or B C). Either A or O D). Either B or O E). Only type O...
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