Re: I know one when I see one

From: Bill Spight (
Date: Tue 29 Oct 2002 - 03:29:30 GMT

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    Dear Grant,

    > >
    > >Do the genes for blood type replicate themselves? If so, how?
    > >
    > >Ciao,
    > >
    > >Bill
    > >
    > Aren't the characteristics of blood type passed from father or mother to
    > son? I understand that paternity can be proven or denied on that basis. Or
    > does some outside force cause these characteristics to be lodged in the
    > child? There's also the fact that the information contained in the DNA
    > creates the protines and other factors that the blood type expresses. So if
    > the genes don't do the replicating, what does?

    Other genes are responsible for the process of replication, no?



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