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Question #11: Maximum crossover frequency can be defined as the point at which no
more recombination can be detected no matter how far apart the genes are located. Do
your results indicate that you are approaching the maximum crossover frequency?
Question #12: Show (using a Punnett Square) the expected phenotypic rations if the two
genes were located on different chromosomes.

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11) Again, I'm not sure which cross this question is asking to compare to, but if you consider all crosses mentioned: The... View the full answer

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