A model of chiasma reduction of closely formed crossovers.


A model of chiasma reduction is developed, evaluated by computer simulation and discussed in relation to the evolution of interference. The model assumes that adjacently formed crossovers can interact, if there is incomplete sister chromatid cohesion between them, and give rise to a reduced number of chiasmata. In the absence of crossover position… (More)


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