diploidmap - Diploid Mapping Linked Genes: Genes that are...

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Unformatted text preview: Diploid Mapping Linked Genes: Genes that are part of the SAME chromosome are said to be LINKED . Genes that are linked will not independently assort and segregate, since these Mendelian laws apply only to genes located on different chromosomes (unlinked genes). Unlinked Genes: 2 unlinked genes will yield 4 possible gametes in equal proportions because of independent assortment. Example: A B a b Meiosis A A a a B b B b (1/4) (1/4) (1/4) (1/4) 3 Ways to Notate Linked Genes: A B A B or A B A B or A B A B Linked Genes: (No Cross-Overs) 2 linked genes will only yield 2 possible gametes because they did not independently assort. Example: A B a b A B a b Meiosis A B A B a b a b (1/2) (1/2) Genes that reside on the SAME chromosome can undergo Recombination during the crossing-over event that occurs during Prophase I of Meiosis I....
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