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can someone explain this bit of the spec pls i really dont understand
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can someone explain this bit of the spec pls i really dont understand
Chromosome linkage also know as genetic linkage is basically the concept that certain DNA sequences i.e. genes on the same chromosome are likely to be inherited together due to their close proximity during cross over in meiosis.

Linkage can also be used to map a chromosome using classical genetics.

Try this link if you want to impress your tutors it’s quite in depth, but my discription above should suffice.
https://learn.genetics.utah.edu/cont...eneticlinkage/
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