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Unformatted text preview: Outline for Chapter 4 Mapping eukaryote chromosomes by recombination A background to recombination (see chapter 3 — pages 106 -110) Diagnostics of linkage (chapter 4 — section 4.1) - using recombination frequency to recognize linkage - how crossovers produce recombinants for linked genes? — linkage symbolism and terminology — evidence that crossing over is a breakage-and-rejoining process - evidence that crossing over takes place at the four-chromatid stage — multiple crossovers can include more than two chromatids Mapping by recombinant frequency (chapter 4 — section 4.2) - map units - three-point testcross — deducing gene order by inspection - interference @@ Q1C0VW‘D(\V\CK+1\UV\ —— Cgngwwk‘m 03’, UhKi/xOUDMMK/xk Q OtHele/S UM W Nib/b 7a a/av 5/]; Wm f— ‘ [pmwfvi N“: “>69 CM“ P V b) i? V r \ fig)? ML ($175”) Py/mbfl X 0~/4‘9>/)> Te hm) W 1393wa "7/ iéw/W/ 1W“— V ‘ it] [if/afié/J?“ (121112;) 310% 3% W%' "””“ V’ig quwk’ mth 0/ / Cpgamvwgiwfig / S’OZ ‘W W qééw+ :wd~)££l/\d%+/7 RP 3/0 0 W Cougaq La [wasp/mt " 3Aij p / HQ? ‘7‘ F537 )3! r {3'9 i£3+ 0/0 SS ‘3» Yin/4’ . V\C]+ QDY . V3 q)“ .V‘O w ' “f V3 “’3 f wr ’F NWth WI 10K" 7:10“ H/TINL ‘W\0+ GUS-bxme ELW C +5 {3 Um‘J/b , Mak would Eve M fiwog’yobe + 79%ch a? .echJ» of We 7mo4y/M m a my)ch W CW r Wm M cW-wwhm 7 CE x CA/CA 1w 4 Foijubfix‘m 07L cells UIAMO/Vy % W ‘ oSlS/ CL Cyogg-ovxv/ OCCVVS AQW 4— P7 \ ‘ fir HA 0M7» 10g ofm (mil; 80/a c? WW C-QHS ~ «0 awayoww 204 zgoogR 005 R) 905? log) R C Magma 6’ QLKKA(V\am/f' Wad 20/; ' {O R): CMCK§VWQ O ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2009 for the course BIO 325 taught by Professor Saxena during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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