During recombination (or "crossover") bases are exchanged between two homologous chromosomes. However, all material dealing with this talks about genetic distance, linkage, and in terms of the centimorgan unit. I realise that this average probability has to take into account the length of the chromosome. However, I have been unable to find the answer. I think that it might not be a meaningful question, but I also don't understand why it's not meaningful.
Question: (Closed) How many bases are exchanged in an average recombination event during meiosis in humans?
2.2 years ago by
dunk • 10
dunk • 10 wrote:
ADD COMMENT • link •
Please log in to add an answer.
The thread is closed. No new answers may be added.
Powered by Biostar version 2.3.0
Traffic: 830 users visited in the last hour