Can 2 blue eyed people have a brown-eyed child?
Eye color is not an example of a simple genetic trait, and blue eyes are not determined by a recessive allele at one gene. Instead, eye color is determined by variation at several different genes and the interactions between them, and this makes it possible for two blue-eyed parents to have brown-eyed children.
Do people have GREY eyes?
Close to 3% of the world’s population have gray eyes. People with gray eyes have little or no melanin in their irises, but they have more collagen in a part of the eye called the stroma. The light scatters off the collagen in a way that makes the eyes appear gray.
Is eye color from Mom or Dad?
In general, children inherit their eye color from their parents, a combination of the eye colors of Mom and Dad. A baby’s eye color is determined by the parents’ eye color and whether the parents’ genes are dominant genes or recessive genes.
Can babies inherit grandparents eye color?
If any grandparent is married to a brown eyed grandparent on both sides, including great grand parents, you can get either brown or blue eyed children. Blue eyes is a recessive gene that can skip a few generations until another spouse comes along with the recessive gene.