The Evolution of Recombination Models
The search for a general model or description of genetic recombination has stirred many investigators over the years, and has been recently intensified as we seem to be coming within reach of some manipulable components of the system. It seems to me that this search, though conceptual, has had its own evolution like any material system.
KeywordsResolution Step Recombination Model Genetic Symposium Strand Segment Reciprocal Product
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