Modulating crossover positioning by introducing large structural changes in chromosomes

@inproceedings{Ederveen2015ModulatingCP,
  title={Modulating crossover positioning by introducing large structural changes in chromosomes},
  author={Antoine Ederveen and Yuching Lai and Marc A. van Driel and Tom Gerats and Janny L. Peters},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2015}
}
Crossing over assures the correct segregation of the homologous chromosomes to both poles of the dividing meiocyte. This exchange of DNA creates new allelic combinations thus increasing the genetic variation present in offspring. Crossovers are not uniformly distributed along chromosomes; rather there are preferred locations where they may take place. The positioning of crossovers is known to be influenced by both exogenous and endogenous factors as well as structural features inherent to the… CONTINUE READING

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