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Recombination

  • Wolfgang O. Abel
Part of the Progress in Botany / Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 37)

Abstract

After a period of intensive investigations of marker segregation in tetrads, the biochemical basis for the observed features in these studies is now coming under more detailed analysis in order to support the hybrid DNA models of recombination by direct experimental evidence. Lectures delivered at a symposium (HOLLIDAY, 1; HOTCHKISS, 1; WHITE-HOUSE, 1; STERN and HOTTA, 1) and some reviews (CATCHESIDE; FOGEL and MORTIMER, 1; STADLER, 1) demonstrated important advances in research on recombination. Others critically discussed the principles of the different models of recombination (HOTCHKISS, 2; RADDING; GUTZ, 1). They provide excellent information for testable predictions in the biochemical investigation of recombination process in eukaryotes. Further studies on recombination may also be assisted by the possibility of directly selecting mutations which affect recombination in fungi (RODARTE-RAMON and MORTIMER; ROTH and FOGEL; FOGEL and ROTH).

Keywords

Gene Conversion Meiotic Recombination Mismatched Base Pair Somatic Recombination Single Strand Breakage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang O. Abel
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  1. 1.Botanisches Institut der Universität HeidelbergHeidelbergGermany

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