Sleep Nessie wrote:
As for the whole if Nessie can have kids theory. I think that it should work 50/50. Since she has both human and vampire genes, if her and Nahuel mate, they have a 50/50 percent chance of having a full vampire or full human baby.
Ooooh genetics!!! we're learning it in bio right now!
Okay, so if Nessie were to mate with Nahuel (which is like zero chance of happening, but whatevs, for theory's sake) what you're proposing would be the punnet square, however I don't think it would work, because there are many different variables for being a vampire, so each trait would be a different variable and then there is always co-dominance. So perhaps one child could have sparkly skin, and another wouldn't. Or all the children would be like Nessie and Nahuel and have shimmery skin. There is so much that could
happen, since this isn't true science, and I don't feel like getting into every little thing that could happen.
But for what could really happen, like Jacob and Nessie having kids, I don't think Jacob is 50% human 50% wolf. He's human with a mutation gene so he could become a wolf. Saying he's half and half is kinda like saying that anyone with a gene mutation isn't human. Personally, I don't think any of their kids are going to be werewolves. Because of this: Leah is the only female werewolf. It's like colorblindness or hemophilia. Girls are XX and boys are XY. Moms always give the X chromosome and the dad gives either and X or a Y, and that determines the baby's gender. Ok, so if the mom carries the gene for wolfiness, and with the Y chromosome from the dad, it isn't "masked" because the dad doesn't carry that gene in the Y so there's nothing to stop it, so the son become a wolf. However, with the X chromosome from the mom or the dad "mask" the werewolfiness for the female. But in Leah's case, both mother and father gave her the gene in their X's to become a wolf. Anyways, since Nessie doesn't have that gene, none of their kids could be a wolf, only carriers. And with that being said, Nessie and Jacob mating would be making a 75% human 25% vamp. So if a full vamp could mate with a human, I don't see why a halfer can't mate with a human.