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Why is linkage analysis in fungi simpler than in diploid organisms?

Why is linkage analysis in fungi simpler than in diploid organisms? (This question is worth 6 marks)

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This is because fungi is haploid e.g. in Basidiomycetes(the mushroomlike fungi), a single meiosis brings forth four... View the full answer

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Fungi are haploid, so there is only one set of chromosomes, different alleles(heterozygous) would not hide gene expression... View the full answer

Hello, I hope this helps. Linkge analysis in fungi is simpler than in diplioid organisms. fungi and algae are  haploid .... View the full answer

The linkage analysis in fungi has been found to be easier than in the diploids and the reason is simply because... View the full answer

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