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Problem: A man and a woman, both with group AB blood, marry. What different genotypes and phenotypes can be expected among their children? What percentage of their children could have A type blood. What blood type or types could not appear in their children?

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A man and a woman, both with group AB blood, marry. What different genotypes and phenotypes can be expected among their children? What percentage of their children could have A type blood. What blood type or types could not appear in their children?

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