Home Original Content Funny Pictures Funny GIFs YouTube Funny Text Funny Movies Channels Search

hide menu
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#34 - mckinkymcormic ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
actualy it is possible.... if your parents are homozygous for their alleles, it is possible. that only 1 or 2 could be inherited, though the chance is very slim.
actualy it is possible.... if your parents are homozygous for their alleles, it is possible. that only 1 or 2 could be inherited, though the chance is very slim.
#136 to #34 - pvtdancer (05/09/2013) [-]
If both parents are blue eyes, the blue eye trait is recessive, meaning a Dominant allele can't be present for them to have blue eyes,This is the P Generation, the F1 generation would only produce blue eye'd babies... If the blue eyed baby married with someone else that has Homozygous (Same of both alleles,) BB x bb then all 4 of the F2 generation would be Brown Eyed Heterozygous (Bb). But if the F1 generation bb has children with a Heterozygous Brown eye, Bb x bb then 50% of the F2 generation would have Heterozygous Brown, and 50% will have Homozygous blue...

So, unless a mutagen is involved it's TECHNICALLY not possible. Please tell me how I am incorrect..

It's the only thing in school Science besides chemistry I did like.
#37 to #34 - toomuchmonster (05/09/2013) [-]
wtf!?!? where were you when i needed help with this for my Bio 5 test?!?! i failed it because I kept forgetting the difference between homozygous and heterozygous
wtf!?!? where were you when i needed help with this for my Bio 5 test?!?! i failed it because I kept forgetting the difference between homozygous and heterozygous
#38 to #37 - mckinkymcormic ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
think sexuality.
think sexuality.
#40 to #38 - toomuchmonster (05/09/2013) [-]
nah, i already failed it so i dont have to think about it anymore, just time to worry about my final in two days
nah, i already failed it so i dont have to think about it anymore, just time to worry about my final in two days
#41 to #40 - mckinkymcormic ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
lol. taking hs bio, just learned. interesting stuff biology is
#42 to #41 - toomuchmonster (05/09/2013) [-]
i really dont remember hs due to some "things" in hs, plus its been like 4 years since hs bio so yeah, now i know to pay attention to class lol
i really dont remember hs due to some "things" in hs, plus its been like 4 years since hs bio so yeah, now i know to pay attention to class lol
#35 to #34 - insanefreak ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
True thing. My father has brown eyes, but my mother has blue eyes. But me and my two sisters are blue eyed, despite brown normally being dominant. When my dad (who loves science) asked the doctor about this, he said that it was a rare case, and that the brown-eyes gen somehow had remained dormant inside of us.

Genetics.
#56 to #35 - blackpepper (05/09/2013) [-]
Your father = Bb (heterozygous, Brown eyed)
Your mother = bb (homozygous, Blue eyed)

punnet square results = 50% - Bb. (heterozygous, Brown eyed)
50% - bb. (homozygous, Blue eyed)

You and your sisters had 50% chance to have blue eyes.


User avatar #159 to #56 - mckinkymcormic ONLINE (05/10/2013) [-]
but eye color is caused by multiple genes....
#160 to #159 - blackpepper (05/10/2013) [-]
Thats just the simplified version that explains it isnt unlikely they all have blue eyes.
 Friends (0)