The process of breaking and recombining strands of DNA.

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Why does meiotic recombination disrupt the independent assortment of genes on the same chromosome?

There are many sources that say that genes that are "linked" by being on the same chromosome assort with each other -- that when an allele is passed on that the gamete containing said allele will also ...
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Calculating the recombination factor of four point genetic cross?

So, I'm trying to work out the recombination factor (RF) from this set of data: Which shows the 16 phenotypes of progeny of a cross of Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast. I know how to go about a three ...
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Is recombination suppressed in the males of all Drosophila species? Any other species?

Following up from this question, I am wondering if the phenomenon of genome-wide suppressed male recombination is limited to Drosophila melanogaster or is common to all Drosophila? The answer to the ...
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Recombination frequency as a function of genomic location in E coli?

Are there any databases or papers that give recombination frequency as a function of position in the E coli genome?
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Study case of the inheritance system of Oenothera

I've been told some interesting facts about oenothera. Apparently in this species some lineages have been through some translocations and in results to these translocations and in consequence, some ...
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Steps between Expression & Commercialization of a recombinant organism

What are typical steps that follow after one has successfully expressed a hetrologous gene in a host organism before one has a viable industrial process for the metabolite expressed? Let's take E ...
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Is there sex specific recombination data from the HapMap project?

I am looking at the recombination data the HapMap project makes available. I noticed that despite the fact that recombination occurs more frequently in females, the only data releases available that I ...