Crossing-Over and Chromosome Disjunction View Full Text


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DATE

1935-11

AUTHORS

C. D. DARLINGTON

ABSTRACT

DOBZHANSKY1, Gershenson (above) and others have concluded that the disjunction of chromosomes does not depend directly on the occurrence of crossing-over between them, as I assume to be the case in all homozygous organisms2. They maintain that some ” other factor” is concerned in their experiments. But these experiments have necessarily made use of hybridity, without which genetical tests are impossible ; and the particular kind of hybridity (structural hybridity) they have used is bound to have a complicated effect on disjunction. It is itself the ” other factor”. Thus reciprocal crossing-over within two relatively inverted segments should give normal chromosomes with normal disjunction, other things being equal. More... »

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835

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Nature

ISSUE

3447

VOLUME

136

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1038/136835a0

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/136835a0

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