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What would be expected if a woman with blood type AB has children with a man who has blood type AB?
Weegy: O type blood (ii) and AB type Blood (IAIB) 50% of their chldren will have type A blood (IAi) and 50% will have type B blood (IBi) (More)
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Beginning from the bottom of the strand what would be the amino acid sequence?
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