Different blood groups in man, Biology

Different blood groups in man

1.Blood Group "A": Persons having this blood group will have antigen "A' on their red blood cells and antibody "B" in their plasma.

2. Blood Group "B": Persons having this blood group will have antigen "B" on their red blood cells and antibody "A" in their plasma.
3. Blood group "AB": Persons having this blood group will have both antigen "A" and antigen "B" on their red blood cells but they do not have both anti body "A" and antibody "B" in their plasma.
4. Blood Group "O": Persons having this blood group will not have either antigen "A" or antigen "B" on their red blood cells but they have antibody "A' and antibody "B" in their plasma.

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