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Codominant

The ABO blood group is a major system for classifying blood types in humans. Blood type AB is inherited in a codominant pattern. In this example, a father with blood type A and a mother with blood type B have four children, each with a different blood type: A, AB, B, and O.

The ABO blood group is a major system for classifying blood types in humans.   Blood type AB is inherited in a codominant pattern.  In this example, a father with blood type A and a mother with blood type B have four children, each with a different blood type: A, AB, B, and O.

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Published: August 25, 2014