Question

# The blood group which is the universal acceptor is  __(i)__ and the one that is universal donor is __(ii)____.(i) AB, (ii) O (i) O, (ii) AB (i)A, (ii)B (i) O, (ii)A

Solution

## The correct option is A (i) AB, (ii) O AB+ is the universal acceptor as the blood group contains A, B and Rh antigens; contains no antibodies in its serum. Blood group O-, on the other hand, is the universal donor as it contains neither antigen A nor B, nor the Rh antigen, and as a result has A, B and Rh antibodies in its serum.

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