The gene OCA2 (OMIM: 203200), when in a variant form, causes the pink eye color and hypopigmentation common in human albinism. (The name of the gene is derived from the disorder it causes, oculocutaneous albinism type II.) Different SNPs within OCA2 are strongly associated with blue and green eyes as well as ...
The human eye is both beautiful and unique. Much like a fingerprint, each individual's eye color is specific only to them, with no others sharing the same shape, color and appearance. So what eye colors are the most common, and which are the rarest?
Sep 6, 2017 ... Though there isn't much research data available, we can confidently say that the rarest eye color in the world is Green. Amber, Violet/Red and Black are also extremely rare.
Aug 25, 2010 ... 130px-Green_eye_lashes. Green is the least common eye color, but it is found most frequently in northern and central Europe. I have always incorrectly called this color eye hazel! Hazel_eye. Hazel eyes mostly consist of shades of brown and green. Much like gray eyes, hazel eyes may appear to “change ...
Jun 9, 2017 ... Eyes range in different colors, some are very common and some are quite rare. Here are the most common and rarest eye colors found around the world.
As soon as you meet someone for the first time, consciously or not you take a mental inventory of their physical attributes. While what we notice first differs depending on the angel and distance from which a person is viewed, the first thing most people notice in a face to face encounter is a persons eyes. It has been said often ...
Human eye color charts once were used to "predict" eye colors of children. In the most simplified versions of these charts, brown eyes are considered dominant over both blue and green eyes. And green eyes are thought to be dominant over blue eyes. While these concepts generally are true, the genetics of how eye colors ...