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Having same eye colour
Children as the parents?No and yes, depending on which eye colour is dominant in the genes, which i don't know.However me and my two siblings all habe blueish/greenish eyes even though my father has brown eyes and my mother blueish/greenish ones.Like i said you have to be more specific...
If the potential father has green and so has the baby
Than no.First you need both eye colours (both father and mother) and than its still noooo.Because both can have a dormant gene on your DNA for a different eye colour, as well as multiple other factors that might change the eye colour to not be the one if the father or mother, like when the child is an albino, so no colour at all, and many other not so obvious colour changing genes.
I’m saying mother has blue
Still no. As far as wikipedia knows there are 3 genes responsible so 6 different ones per parent, meaning 36 different possibilities for the child.Also even scientists seem to have figured it out completly.
Don’t go by Wikipedia
Why not?Its the quickest way to find more information, and so far it matches what i know and already told you.
Because in university Harvard referencing Wikipedia is not a valid source
Sure thing thats because all Universities all around the world required a much higher standard, but we are not discussing a scientific paper. Its the same as professional chef won't serve frozen pizza in a restaurant, but the avarage household is still okay with it.Its not a question of right or wrong, but a question of quality.
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