Event Title

Reciprocal Genetic Effects in Weight and Blood Groups

Session

Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Description

Based on the actions of the genes within the cell as a whole in this study we present the correlation of body weight with blood groups. In this study are included individuals of both genders. To accomplish this work without any selection are included 400 individuals of which 200 are men and 200 are women. In this sample of 200 individuals, both sexes for each blood group were included in 50 females and 50 males (4 groups x 50 = 200). This paper is intended to observe body weight comparisons between individuals with different blood groups of both sexes and their similarities based on these two traits. It is worth mentioning that these two qualities are genetically different because weight is a quantitative quality because here besides the genetic influence factor there is also the environmental factor, while on the other hand the blood groups are mainly attributed to the genetic factor. By doing the calculations of values we can show which blood group has the highest body weight of both genders and whether there is a similar ratio between the two genders.

Keywords:

Genetic effect, Reciprocal, Weight, Blood groups

Session Chair

Rexhep Gjyliqi

Session Co-Chair

Fitim Alidema

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.373

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Reciprocal Genetic Effects in Weight and Blood Groups

Pristina, Kosovo

Based on the actions of the genes within the cell as a whole in this study we present the correlation of body weight with blood groups. In this study are included individuals of both genders. To accomplish this work without any selection are included 400 individuals of which 200 are men and 200 are women. In this sample of 200 individuals, both sexes for each blood group were included in 50 females and 50 males (4 groups x 50 = 200). This paper is intended to observe body weight comparisons between individuals with different blood groups of both sexes and their similarities based on these two traits. It is worth mentioning that these two qualities are genetically different because weight is a quantitative quality because here besides the genetic influence factor there is also the environmental factor, while on the other hand the blood groups are mainly attributed to the genetic factor. By doing the calculations of values we can show which blood group has the highest body weight of both genders and whether there is a similar ratio between the two genders.