Gene Mapping

Genome mapping is to put a gathering of atomic markers onto their particular positions on genome. Atomic markers come in all structures. Genes can be seen as one extraordinary kind of hereditary markers in development of genome maps, and the guide is mapped the same way as any other markers. The nature of hereditary maps is generally reliant upon the two elements, the quantity of hereditary markers on the guide and the span of the mapping populace. The two components are interlinked, and as bigger mapping populace could expand the "determination" of the maps and keep the guide being "soaked".

 

  • Genetic recombination and gene mapping
  • Gene mapping techniques
  • Integration with genetic maps
  • Importance of gene maps

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