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Biology, 18.10.2019 06:20, zoolo1

Some regions of chromosomes are more likely to cross over compared to others. such a region is called a "hot spot". gene a and gene b, which are in a hot spot for crossing over, are 5,000,000 bp apart on the same chromosome. gene c and gene d are also 5,000,000 bp apart but they are not in a hot spot. if you conducted two-factor crosses to compute the map distance between genes a and b and between genes c and d, would the map distances be the same between a and b compared to cand d? explain why or why not.

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