Meiosis VI: A reinterpretation of tritium thymidine labelling of meiotic chromosomes, supporting the chiasmatype hypothesis

@article{Douglas1969MeiosisVA,
  title={Meiosis VI: A reinterpretation of tritium thymidine labelling of meiotic chromosomes, supporting the chiasmatype hypothesis},
  author={Lee T. Douglas and Hilde Kroes},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={1969},
  volume={40},
  pages={503-507}
}
Re-examination of data relating chiasmata per bivalent to tritium thymidine switch points per chromatid in male grasshoppers suggests that they are consistent with the chiasmatype hypothesis: that the number of chiasmata is equal to the number of crossover exchanges. 

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