Do chiasmata disappear? An examination of whether closely spaced chiasmata are liable to reduction or loss

@article{Tease1995DoCD,
  title={Do chiasmata disappear? An examination of whether closely spaced chiasmata are liable to reduction or loss},
  author={Charles Tease and Gareth Huw Jones},
  journal={Chromosome Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={3},
  pages={162-168}
}
The questions of whether closely spaced crossovers could be misidentified as single chiasmata or could cancel out each other and whether exchange could occur without chiasma formation were examined inLocusta migratoria. Monochiasmate bivalents that showed differential sister chromatid staining following bromodeoxyuridine incorporation were screened for their patterns of label distribution. Half of the chiasmata were associated with an exchange between dark and lightly stained chromatids, as… CONTINUE READING

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