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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #80 - lospuglet
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since everyone seems to know these, can someone explain me why my mom has green eyes but her father had brown eyes (and grandma has green eyes)..?
User avatar #82 to #80 - LolYourAjew
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recessive genes gurl, <- that's the short of it look up a punnet square on google that should shed some light on the topic
User avatar #84 to #82 - lospuglet
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so its green > brown > blue?
User avatar #94 to #84 - Icedangel
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Brown > blue > green.

Your grandpa only had one copy of the brown eyed gene. Your grandma only had blue/green genes.
User avatar #86 to #84 - LolYourAjew
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alright, What colour are your eyes btw?
User avatar #87 to #86 - lospuglet
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blue/green, dad has blue eyes.
#99 to #87 - LolYourAjew
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beautiful eye colour btw, Your mother has green eyes meaning that the allele  was dominant to the brown from her dad or he probably had a recessive gene in him due to your mother having green eyes or your mother was just lucky since your grandma has green eyes meaning she would get a 25% of receiving green eyes due to brown being rather dominant. YOUR eye colour is a mutation from both of your parents.   
Hoped it helped
beautiful eye colour btw, Your mother has green eyes meaning that the allele was dominant to the brown from her dad or he probably had a recessive gene in him due to your mother having green eyes or your mother was just lucky since your grandma has green eyes meaning she would get a 25% of receiving green eyes due to brown being rather dominant. YOUR eye colour is a mutation from both of your parents.
Hoped it helped
User avatar #101 to #99 - lospuglet
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thanks, i think i got it :)
User avatar #85 to #80 - moshthun
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Recessive and dominant alleles, look it up.
User avatar #91 to #80 - harasai
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g= green eyes gen b = brown eyes gen
b is dominant so if there is a mix of b and g you get brown eyes , to have green eyes you need 2g's when you have children you pass on 1 gen , if you have mixed gen you can pas on either one
so your grandmother is gg and your grandfather is either bb or bg
but since your mother has green eyes , its safe to say your grandfather is bg and passed on the green eyes gen , since your grandmother is gg she passed on a g aswell resulting in 2g's , giving your mother green eyes


User avatar #95 to #91 - lospuglet
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ooooh. allright. thanks :D i've been wondering about this for really long.
User avatar #143 - rhiaanor
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Well your teacher is a ******* idiot. That was just a huge coincidence.
User avatar #140 - binbunny
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My bio teacher kicked me out of the room for calling crap on her "If animals kill each other its ok, but no go for humans" view. mfw
User avatar #138 - zeroxnight
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what are you talking about? with science we can make a unicorn
#133 - Polartape
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Yeah, my Bio teacher was telling me that they used to do blood test's on students parents to predict what their child's blood type would be.

So of course when the students see their blood type wasn't possible with the parents, problems arose..
User avatar #88 - xgeneration
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highschool science junk
User avatar #77 - elburritoextremo
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOH15_pqWZ4

p.s where is my ******* hoverboard science?
#72 - silasersej
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#71 - felixjarl
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Do you know where the myth of unicorns most likely orginated? From narwhals.


The viking who vent to Vinland(america) had a habit of sometimes hunting narwhals for their horn, even though it was a rater dangerous and hard hunt. One part because the vikings were not using harpoons but normal spears to hunt them. If the horn managed to reach eastern Europe or farther it would raise a sum worth a duchy each. As the horn was rumored to cure any illness or pain the nobles went head over shoulder to get their hands on them.
#70 - anon id: 9ff177c2
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I don't get why there is a cross off on the God part, abiogenesis is one of the most lacking things we "know" about ourselves.
User avatar #63 - PubLandlord
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But what about contact lenses

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