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What do two O+ make?

Two O+ (O positive) can combine to form a child through sexual reproduction. The child’s blood type would depend on the blood types of both parents. If the other parent also has O+ blood, then the child would have an O+ blood type. This is because both parents would contribute an O allele, which is dominant over the recessive alleles A and B. Additionally, the Rh factor of both parents would also play a role in determining the child’s blood type. If both parents are also Rh positive, then the child would also be Rh positive. the combination of two O+ blood types could potentially result in a child with an O+ blood type and Rh factor depending on the genetics of both parents.

What is special about A+ blood?

A+ blood is special primarily because it contains certain antigens that are unique to this blood type. The A+ blood type is determined by the presence of the A antigen on red blood cells and the presence of the Rh factor (also known as the D antigen) on the surface of the red blood cells. The A antigen is a type of protein that is found on the surface of red blood cells. It helps the immune system identify the cells as belonging to the person’s body, and it also triggers the production of antibodies in response to foreign blood types.

Another unique feature of A+ blood is that it can be donated to individuals with both the A+ and AB+ blood types. This is because both of these blood types have the A antigen on their red blood cells, and can therefore accept blood from donors with the same antigen.

Additionally, because the Rh factor is present on the surface of the red blood cells of individuals with A+ blood, they are considered Rh positive. This means that A+ blood can be given to Rh-positive individuals, but not to those who are Rh-negative.

A+ blood is relatively rare, with only around 34% of the population possessing this blood type. Because of its relative rarity, individuals with A+ blood may have a greater difficulty finding compatible blood donors and may need to rely on blood banks and donation centers to obtain the blood they need.

The unique antigen and Rh factor profile of A+ blood makes it an important blood type for transfusion and donation purposes, and underscores the importance of regular blood donations by individuals with this blood type to help ensure sufficient supplies of A+ blood are available when needed.