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genetic map

[jə¦ned·ik ′map]
(genetics)
A graphic presentation of the linear arrangement of genes on a chromosome; gene positions are determined by percentages of recombination in linkage experiments. Also known as chromosome map.
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gff' of gene map Animal QTLdb Human gene 35,933 UCSC Genome Browser Genome BES 37,759 NCBI Annotation (Korean cattle) Bovine ESTs 1,575,285 UCSC Genome Browser Bovine mRNA 18,473 UCSC Genome Browser Bovine RefSeq 10,122 UCSC Genome Browser GenScan 19,598 UCSC Genome Browser Menu Features Sequence Data Provide gene annotation, genomic location, sequence, BLAST result, Gene Ontology, and library information.
Having tackled the fruit fly, mouse, and human gene maps, Dr.
This reasoning was investigated through the use of "Genbank," an organization which has gene maps for 143 different eukaryotes.
AFLP is a unique technology patented by Keygene that has allowed scientists to successfully develop gene maps and identify trait genes in plants and other organisms.
Of the two classes of loci used to construct gene maps, coding gene sequences (Type I markers), which show conservation among distantly related mammalian species, are most useful as landmarks for comparing linkage and syntenic association.
Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type I Gene Maps to Chromosome 11 and Is Lost in Insulinoma.
Comparing the gene maps across the grapes, the team concludes that humanity has only begun to explore the genetic diversity of the humble grape.