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On the mapping of controlling elements and their effect on recombination






Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter (57): 17-18

On the mapping of controlling elements and their effect on recombination

Linkage tests confirmed that Mut, the controlling element causing mutability of bz-mut, lies on the short arm of maize chromosome 2. The linear order, with intervening crossover distances, was Ws3-8.8-Lg-15.8-Mut-8.1-Gl2. Absence of normally high chiasma interference for double exchanges in the Lg-Gl2 region was attributed not to heterozygosity for Mut but to excision of Mut from its parental chromosome and insertion into a heterologous chromosome.

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