genetic map


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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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The markers on the genetic map presented the same ordering presented in the physical map from which the SNPs were selected, based on the database available by the Gramene portal (Jaiswal et al.
Since the 1980's, accurate genetic maps of plant and animal species are being constructed using DNA markers.
After that, we perform a transformation process, by stemming capital nucleotides, turning them into lower-case nucleotides, and search for them as B (Body) nucleotides within the genetic map.
Therefore, a total of 311 unigene loci (represented by 178 InDel and 133 SNP markers) were derived for placement on the IBM genetic map via the LIMS (Sanchez-Villeda et al.
The discrepancy between the cytogenetic and genetic map length may be caused by several factors.
The genetic map will help develop vaccines, diagnostic tests, and disease management techniques, researchers say.
Used in the majority of lar ge-scale sequencing laboratories around the world, the 3700 system generate s the fundamental genetic map of living organisms.
The construction of a genetic map of the prawn genome and the identification of genes for commercially useful traits such as disease resistance or greater meat-to-tail ratio, will boost production and market value further.
The genome, or genetic map, showing this data is in the process of being drawn up for a further 45 organisms as well as several higher forms of life.
All cloning means is taking a woman's egg and removing her genetic map, then taking someone else's genetic map--yours, say--out of a cell and dumping it into that egg.