MadSci Network: Genetics

Subject: Can two redheads have a non-reheaded child?

Date: Wed May 26 20:28:18 2004
Posted by Elayne Crain
Grade level: nonaligned School: No school entered.
City: New London State/Province: CT Country: US
Area of science: Genetics
ID: 1085621298.Ge

I have read your archives about blondes, etc. being able to have a redheaded 
child, because of recessive genes. But you also said that it was more 
complicated because red hair genes can blend? My husband and I are both there any chance that we could have a child that does not have 
red hair? We think not...but would be interested in your answer.

Re: Can two redheads have a non-reheaded child?

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