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Recombination lethals in a polymorphic population



Recombination lethals in a polymorphic population



Nature. Lond., 184: 1593-1594



An analysis of 2nd chromosomes extracted from populations of Drosophila melanogaster polymorphic for factors affecting sternopleural chaeta number has indicated that recombination was involved in the establishment of the polymorphism. The population provides an example of " a situation in which a recessive lethal can be produced by recombinational instead of mutational change ".

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