That doesn't mean anything. Among humans, Type-A blood can't give to Type-B
blood types, but they can mate and have kids. When it comes to reproducing,
the important thing is that the DNA-strands are the same in number, size,
and organization. You can't tell that on the surface.
From: Manyak Saakyan [mailto:minuet82@...]
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 7:29 PM
Subject: Re: [ST1-LCN] Interbreeding
How could a Vulcan impregnate a human? If a vulcan
can a Romulan can.
--- Dennis Evans <tide323@...> wrote:
> | Of course, there's no conflict with Saavik being
> a Vulcan-Romulan half-breed, because their
> differences are cultural rather than genetic.
> Sela, however, is a different matter -- how could
> a Romulan impregnate a human being?
> 1st of all, Saavik being Half Vulcan and Half
> Romulan is non-canon. On a side note. There was
> a TNG episode in which a Romulan needed a
> transfusion for some reason and it was stated that
> Vulcan blood would not work. Klingon blood would
> though. Worf refused to give it to him.
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