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Department
Biology
Course
BI226
Professor
Bruce Mc Kay
Semester
Fall

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BI226 2009 Section 2: Mapping in eukaryotes KEY CONCEPTS • Linked genes are located close to each ot her on the same chromosome which prevents them from assorting independently. • The genetic map distance be tween linked genes is meas ured as the recombination frequency of the genes. • Genetic maps are constructe d by consolidating map distan ces among genes and genetic markers. • Physicalhromosome maps show the positions of genes and genetic markers on a chromosome viewed microscopically. • Chromosome mapping has several applicati ons including marker-assisted selection, genetic testing, and chromosome walking and jumping. KEY TERMS genetic recombination syntenic genes linked genes chromosome mappi
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