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Knowing the fathers other daughter has brown eyes (different mothers) then wouldn't the color of the 2nd girls eyes be brown, since it was dominant over the 1st girl?
swordcassie swordcassie 16-17, F 23 Answers Mar 31, 2012

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Do the genetics graph. Do you know the dominant and ressessive genes? Or eye colors?<br />
I have brown eyes. Both my parents have brown eyes . My grandfather had gray eyes, so I carried the ressessive gene for that. <br />
My ex has brown eyes. His mother has blue eyes, his father has brown eyes. Ex carried ressessive gene for blue eyes.<br />
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Our son has Blue eyes that change to gray depending on his mood or what he is wearing.<br />
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Each child is different in reference to carrying the dominant or ressessive eye color gene. It has nothing to do with birth order.

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your son actually has hazel eyes

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Oh no, they are bright blue sometimes

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YES! It is possible, providing the brown-eyed father has at least one parent or grandparent that also has blue eyes.

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Oh, and the fathers other daughter with another woman (or even the same woman!) would have absolutely no bearing on the matter. It is very common for siblings even with the same parents to have different colored eyes.

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Yes.... Study Mendel.... <br />
You can have a blue eye'd baby from Two brown eyed parents... as long as each parent has the blue ressessive gene... 1 in 4 shot.

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It's brown and blue. And from the history in our family, the fathers eyes color show dominance.

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History here is just a fluke... Gender has zippo to do with eye color.

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Family genetics and male genetics in our family are very strong in our family. You are dramatically incorrect.

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Please, study up on this... don't go through life thinking that way...

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Sounds possible and halfway logical.

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Do you think the mother wasn't being loyal??

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oo, you calling his mum a Ho? oO

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No, there was conflicts.

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You said the mother has blue eyes. So why can't the kid have blue eyes? Dominate has little to do with what the out come is. So there is no connection to being loyal and having sex with someone else. It is their child believe it or not. The first child has nothing to do with the second child's color of eys.
Some people have resessive genes that the grandfather had blue eyes too.
I was going to say that some kids have blue eyes and then they turn brown some how later on. But please do not blame the mother for being unfaithful for any reason. It is way out of bounds for you to think of this as some sort of proof of nothing.

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Well, recessive genetics shows dominance. Recessive genes and dominance genes go together. I'm not saying gender dominance either. And we have plenty of proof.

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Hahh okay! If you knew the whole story you would understand. Mmkay? But I have already pushed privacy boundaries.

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For one all three of my sibblings have brown eyes I am the only blue eye. But my aunt has blue eyes like on my mom side of the famiily have has blue and the other half brown eyes. I recently had a son his father happens to be morrocan he has brown eyes I have blue eyes my son has blue eyes but ten to look blue with tiny hint of silver

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yes I think there is more of a chance they would be brown though since it is dominant and blue is recessive

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yes

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Yes.

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Genetics are tricky and I forgotten how to figure that out. I suppose it's possible but not probable.

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I have a blue eyed sister and brother.<br />
I have two brown eyed parents.<br />
Grandmother on mom's side had blue eyes.<br />
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Don't know if you can make an accurate prediction with eye color. You have to take into considerarion generations of family eye colors.

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considering the child's eye's are the color of one parent, I don't see grounds for the suspicion. In rare cases children can have completely different eye, hair, and skin colors form their parents

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purlple eyes...

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Of course it is possible and very probable too. You could have a recessed gene that neither parent have like Black hair and that could come out too. <br />
You have to look back through the family and see what the Grandparents looked like as well.

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Yes. If the father has a recessive gene for blue eyes, and he contributed that gene to the daughter. <br />
I know this is true too, from personal experience. My father had brown eyes. My brother had brown eyes. My mom's are gray/green. And mine...blue.

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Yep.

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