A&P Ch 14 Blood Part 3
what is the most common blood type (38%)?
what is the least common blood type (1%)?
the number of pieces of genetic material that is packaged in per egg/ sperm
the process in which sperm is formed
you have __ peices of genetic material when you are formed (egg + sperm)
your traits; the cell (you) divides and each cell has the exact genetic material! on this genetic material is your ___
an alllele combination that contains one recessive and one dominant allele
when the alleles are either both recessive or both dominant
alleles for A, B are ____
the alleles for ___ are completely recessive
to represent O blood type- you use ___ for the allele instead of the letter 'o'
when a clot forms because a person was given the wrong blood type (a person w/ A gets B blood- not supposed to)
what is the best donor (no surface antigens)?
what you use to determine what the possible blood types of a child will be from the parents
the universal blood recipient (you lucky bastards); contains both antigens but create no antibodies
A, B, i
the three alleles for blood type
what blood type do you have if you have an antigen that creates plasma antibodies against B?
what blood type do you have if you have an antigen that creates plasma antibodies against A?
pos or neg
Rhesus factor: + can receive ____
Rhesus factor: - can receive ____
if your blood type is POSITIVE, you have the __ (it is present)