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Sex Linkage
the presence or absence of particular sex-chromosomes. For example: in humans,
LINKAGE MAPPING
can become more complex. If the two genes are on different chromosomes
between genes and can be used to create genetic maps of chromosomes.
Note: when two genes are unlinked (on different chromosomes or very far apart
chromosomes - all 4 types of gametes are produced with equal frequency.
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structure and function of chromosomes
7.012 Genetics Supplementary Handout Page 1
absence of particular sex-chromosomes. For example: in humans, XX is female, XY is male; in
complex. If the two genes are on different chromosomes, analysis is straightforward:
and can be used to create genetic maps of chromosomes.
Note: when two genes are unlinked (on different chromosomes or very far apart on the same
Why isn't it 100%? Look back at the case where A and B are on different chromosomes - all 4
7.01Recombinant DNA Practice Problem
keep track of chromosomes). Ampicillin only lets the ones that have
Control of the Cell Cycle
process - termed mitosis - involves the condensation of chromosomes,
from the cytoplasm; the segregation of half sets of chromosomes to the
endowed with its own share of the parental chromosomes; and finally the
decondensation of the chromosomes and the reassembly of the nuclear
chromosomes and is able, following cell division, to re-form into a
of the condensed chromosomes in the mitotic apparatus, segregation of
two sets of condensed chromosomes to opposite poles of the cell,
segregated chromosomes, decondensation of the chromosomes, and the
Use of DNA in Identification
variation on the human chromosomes examined. Does this mean that
Immunology Encyclopedia
A prokaryotic organism with chromosomes not contained in nuclear
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chromosomes
Mitosis
Mitosis is the process by which cells divide. The parent cell has already duplicated its chromosomes , providing both daughter cells with a complete copy of
Meiosis and Genetic Recombination
our physical traits, is in part due to a process our chromosomes
them the correct number of chromosomes. Since a sperm and egg unite
chromosomes other body cells have. Otherwise, the fertilized cell
Inside the cells that produce sperm and eggs, chromosomes become
paired. While they are pressed together, the chromosomes may break,
crossing-over. When the chromosomes glue themselves back together and
apart are likely to end up on two different chromosomes. On the other
After the chromosomes separate, they are parceled out into individual
Assortment takes place for each of the 23 pairs of human chromosomes.
So, any single human egg receives one of two possible chromosomes 23
DNA Fingerprinting in Human Health and Society
Research programs to locate inherited disorders on the chromosomes