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A possible effect of the cytoplasm on recombination inDrosophila melanogaster

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Correspondence to J. M. Thoday or T. B. Boam.

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Thoday, J.M., Boam, T.B. A possible effect of the cytoplasm on recombination inDrosophila melanogaster . Journ. of Genetics 54, 456–461 (1956). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02982960

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Keywords

  • Recombination Frequency
  • Sister Mating
  • Outbred Line
  • Cytoplasmic Difference
  • Cytological Disturbance