Interference in Genetic Crossing over and Chromosome Mapping.

@article{Stam1979InterferenceIG,
  title={Interference in Genetic Crossing over and Chromosome Mapping.},
  author={Piet Stam},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1979},
  volume={92 2},
  pages={573-94}
}
This paper proposes a general model for interference in genetic crossing over. The model assumes serial occurrence of chiasmata, visualized as a renewal process along the paired (or pairing) chromosomes. This process is described as an underlying Poisson process in which the 1st, n + 1th, 2n + 1th, etc., events are to be interpreted as realized chiasmata. Chromatid interference is described in terms of the probabilities that two successive chiasmata involve two, three or four different… CONTINUE READING

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