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Posted by: aisling, Friday, August 24, 2012, 7:09pm
Can someone tell me what the possible genotypes are for an A - nonsecretor and an O - nonsecretor?
Posted by: DoS, Friday, August 24, 2012, 7:24pm; Reply: 1
A = Warrior, Teacher, Explorer
O = Hunter, Gatherer, Explorer

Secreter status doesn't change possibilities. It is an indicator for likelihood of Explorer though; however all GenoTypes can be nonnies.
Posted by: shoulderblade, Friday, August 24, 2012, 8:33pm; Reply: 2
Here is a little graphic that describes which Bloodtypes can be which Genotypes.

GTD/BTD Types:

Hunter       Gatherer
          \    /           \
            O                B
              \            /    \
               Explorer       Nomad
              /             \    /
            A                AB
              \             /
Posted by: aisling, Friday, August 24, 2012, 11:59pm; Reply: 3
Thank you!  I didn't know if Secretor status would automatically rule any of the genotypes in/out for a certain blood type.  
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, August 25, 2012, 12:32am; Reply: 4
let swami do the computes all your variables given, not only the 4 or 5 in the advanced calculator in your book
Posted by: aisling, Saturday, August 25, 2012, 1:30am; Reply: 5
Lola, thank you, however I was wondering about my kids, and I understand they can't be Swami'd until they finish growing, they are 11 and 9.  I was just curious since I know their BT, Rhesus, and secretor status if that would automatically rule anything in or out.
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, August 25, 2012, 1:44am; Reply: 6
they can follow the basics for non secretors in the live right book
Posted by: Adopted4, Saturday, August 25, 2012, 2:20am; Reply: 7
You're right, your children are too young to accurately genotype, but I definitely think there are multiple characteristics that may point to a particular genotype. My daughters are both O+ and I'm willing to bet my younger is probably a secretor and the older I think is a non-secretor because she had a mouth full of cavities at 1 year of age and she can really take a long time to recover from colds.
My older 9 year old has a very analytical brain, can focus and concentrate on a particular task for an extended period of time just like my husband which is very typical of hunters (you'd think they were biologically related, wouldn't you?). My younger 7 year old daughter I''m still getting to know since we only adopted her 9 months ago, but she has a sweet and tender disposition, loves being around people all the time, and often has a range of emotional highs and lows; I think these characteristics point more towards a gatherer. Although, they both have a couple explorer characteristics such as my younger daughter is left-handed and my older daughter has that independent "I'll do it my way" tendency about her. It'll be interesting to see what genotypes they'll turn out to be. Right now these genotype characteristics seem opposite of how I think my girls might turn out. If indeed my older daughter is more hunter and perhaps partially explorer, then I should assume she will be at least moderately tall. However, she is ethnically Korean and Korean women typically only average about 5'3"-5'5" and are often padded or overweight later in life which are typical gatherer characteristics. Contrast that with my Chinese daughter who now seems more gatherer, but was born in a northern province of China where most women are very tall versus Chinese women born in central or southern China.

I can only guess about my children's genetics, but you, aisling, don't have to guess.
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