View Poll Results: What's Your Blood Type?

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  • O-

    54 16.51%
  • O+

    64 19.57%
  • A-

    16 4.89%
  • A+

    77 23.55%
  • B-

    22 6.73%
  • B+

    69 21.10%
  • AB-

    6 1.83%
  • AB+

    17 5.20%
  • Other

    2 0.61%
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    What blood type are you? I've read that blood types have something to do with race but I see little connection. What blood type are you people and what do you think about race and blood type being connected?

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    I'm O-positive; which means I have to eat meat along with vegetables. If I don't eat meat, I tend to feel weak and if I eat nothing but vegetables, I will usually become nauseated and sick in a short while after the digestion of the food occurs. Persons with the O-antigen in their rell blood cells are able to digest meat better than those of the A-blood type. A-blood types make the best vegetarians, however if they eat nothing but meat, they will rapidly retain more fat than they actually need and become obese. This has occured in several less-than-careful relatives of mine.

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    Post Re: Every race forum has to have this once....

    I'm A+, blood allele p (genotype). The frequency is p² + 2pr.
    AA genotype, the agglutinogen in the red blood cells has the enzyme activity associated with the A allele. A is also broken down in the sub-groups A1 (80 % of the A blood type population, it has also A3 and A4 which doesn't appear in the A2) and A2 (20 % of the A blood type population). But I think that is too complex and not useful in racial studies. Besides, the genotype frequencies are of any value when studying differences between the populations. Studying blood types can give us clues about population migrations. But all European ethnicites have all the blood types. So it's the frequencies that are important.

    The percentage of blood type p is high in Scandinavia. Germany has high p too, and fairly high r, but low q, except for places where Slavs settled and mixed with the Germans, as they have been Germanisised. The Elbe divide Germany in west and east, and blood allele q is an indicator of "Slavic blood". The point of intersection of these four regions is approximately in the Lausitz area of central Germany and western Poland.

    Scandinavia, the British Isles (r is higher in Ireland, 70-85 %), continental, southern Europe and the Balkans, Turkey, northwestern Iran and Caucasus (not the northeast) are "201" in frequencies, which means that over 25 % have p, less than 10 % q, and 58-70 % r (which is thought to be the oldest type).

    Globally, the distribution of the O gene tends to be peripheral. It is found mainly in the north-east Europe (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Iceland).

    Studies of blood group distribution in the British Isles show a general increase of group O frequency from relatively low numbers in southern England to increasingly higher ones in northern England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. This suggests that the Anglo-Saxons had relatively high A levels, and that O increased as the proportion of Celtic ancestry increased, although the origin of the high incidence of blood group O in the Irish may represent the remnants of Mesolithic peoples.

    Finland, the Baltic countrues, eastern Poland, Hungary (very high in the eastern part), Belarus, Ukraine and Russia have 10-20 % of blood allele q.

    Slavic (not "South Slavs", as they are Slavicised, and they have many other ethnical origins) lands have a higher percentage of blood allele q (B group) in the population.

    I will attach a map by Bertil Lundman from "Raser och folkstockar i Baltoskandia" which shows the percentages of blood allele q in Europe and western Asia.

    Blood allele r (group O) is more common among Basques. The Basques, Berbers and Mayans all carry the rhesus-negative factor, that is also seen to be linked to Cro-Magnon man.

    Blood allele p is almost nonexistent among the American Indians.
    Most of them have r.

    The average for all humanity is around: p=20 %, q=15 %, r=64-65 %.

    The living races and peoples of Europe by Bertil Lundman

    1. A blood type q-gene low, low- (and mostly also long-) skulled, rather tall, and blond "Germanic" northwestern quadrant

    That sounds like the Nordic-Phalian (or Fälish) population from northern Rhine to west of Elbe in Germany.

    http://www.cfbb.org/ethnicity.html

    "While blood compatibility is not based on race, rare blood types often are. Numerous blood subtypes exist within the traditional and most well known A, B and O blood types. For example, U-negative, Duffy (a,b)-negative and Js(b) negative are blood antigens found almost exclusively among African Americans. One in 1,000 African Americans has these rare blood antigens, except for Duffy-negative, which is more common."






    Originally posted by NordicPower88
    What blood type are you? I've read that blood types have something to do with race but I see little connection. What blood type are you people and what do you think about race and blood type being connected?

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    I am either A negative or O negative. Can't remember which.

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    I can't help but notice that there's no option for AB. (Not that I am AB or anything. I don't know my blood type.)

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    Originally posted by Rurik
    I can't help but notice that there's no option for AB. (Not that I am AB or anything. I don't know my blood type.)
    I just added AB to the poll options.

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    I'm B-, not sure about p, q or r.

    Here's a bloodtype calculator:
    http://www.biology.arizona.edu/human...inherited.html

    This is useful if you know your parents' bloodtypes but not sure of your own. If one parent is A, the other is B you could be A, B, AB, or O. 2 O's can only make an O, etc.

    AB is is the newest type and so it is most rare. Do you think it can be considered a mark of miscegenation?

    AB emerged only in the last 1,000 years as a result of the intermingly of disparate groups such as Type A caucasians with Type B Mongolians. Less than 5% of the Earth's population has this blood type.

    U.S. Blood-type Distribution

    O+.........38%
    A+.........34%
    B+...........9%
    O-............7%
    A-............6%
    AB+.........3%
    B-............2%
    AB-..........1%

    The frequencies of the ABO blood types for the US White population are as follows:

    Type O A B AB
    Frequency 0.45 0.41 0.10 0.04

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    Yeah I've been reading Lundman which gave me the idea to post the thread in the first place. So finally I know what P, Q and R correspond to.....

    I'm O+

    Conquistador is right, we O+'s need lots of meat :showoff
    Last edited by GreenHeart; Sunday, March 2nd, 2003 at 08:37 AM.

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    I'm pretty sure my blood type is O. I think I may be O- but I'm not sure. If so I should be careful if I ever have babies with an Rh positive man :eek:


    "The Rh system was named after rhesus monkeys, since they were initially used in the research to make the antiserum for typing blood samples."

    Wow I learn something new everyday!

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    My mom is O- but she did ok (my dad is O+). You don't get sick with the first baby, but the second one is not too great.

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