Evolution of the genomic recombination rate in murid rodents.

@article{Dumont2011EvolutionOT,
  title={Evolution of the genomic recombination rate in murid rodents.},
  author={Beth L Dumont and Bret A Payseur},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2011},
  volume={187 3},
  pages={643-57}
}
Although very closely related species can differ in their fine-scale patterns of recombination hotspots, variation in the average genomic recombination rate among recently diverged taxa has rarely been surveyed. We measured recombination rates in eight species that collectively represent several temporal scales of divergence within a single rodent family, Muridae. We used a cytological approach that enables in situ visualization of crossovers at meiosis to quantify recombination rates in… CONTINUE READING

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