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15. A normal chromosome and its homolog carrying a para
centric inversion are shown here. The dot *) represents
the centromere.
Normal
ABC DEFGHIJK
Inversion
abc
djihgfek
a. Diagram the alignment of chromosomes during pro-
phase I
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15. A normal chromosome and its homolog carrying a para centric inversion are shown here. The dot *) represents the centromere. Normal ABC DEFGHIJK Inversion abc djihgfek a. Diagram the alignment of chromosomes during pro- phase I