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Recombinant inversion chromosomes in phenotypically normal chickens



Recombinant inversion chromosomes in phenotypically normal chickens



Science 215(4531): 409-411



Some progeny resulting from interbreeding of individuals heterozygous for a pericentric inversion of chromosome 1 in the chicken have the two complementary types of recombinant chromosomes arising from a single crossing-over within the inverted segment. These individuals are capable of reproduction. Their progeny can have one or the other of the two recombinant chromosomes or, if crossing-over occurs, either a normal or an inversion chromosome.

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Accession: 000964616

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PMID: 7058325

DOI: 10.1126/science.7058325


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