3-4. Two strains of Neurospora crassa are crossed, one of genotype o'm g* and the other ofgenotype o m g". All three genes are on the same linkage group, in that particular order.3. In which octad(s) did crossing over event(s) occur?a. o'm*g* o*m*g* o'm*g¯ o*m*g¯ omīg* om°g* o m¯g¯ o°m¯g¯b. o'm*g* o`m*g* omīg* om¯g* o°m*g¯ o°m*g¯ o°m¯g¯ omīgc. o'm*g* o*m*g* o'mg¯ o*m¯g¯ om*g* o¯m*g* o m°g¯ o°m°g¯d. all of the abovee. none of the above4. In which octad(s) did gene conversion event(s) occur?a. om*g* oʻm*g* oʻm*g o'm*g omg* om¯g* om¯g¯ o°m°g¯b. o'm'g* o'm°g* o`m°g* om°g* o°m°g¯ o°m°g° o°m°g omīgc. O'm*g* o'm*g* o'mīg¯ o'm¯g¯ o'm*g* o°m*g* o m°g¯ o°m¯g¯d. all of the abovee. none of the above

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3-4. Two strains of Neurospora crassa are crossed, one of genotype o'm g* and the other of
genotype o m g". All three genes are on the same linkage group, in that particular order.
3. In which octad(s) did crossing over event(s) occur?
a. o'm*g* o*m*g* o'm*g¯ o*m*g¯ omīg* om°g* o m¯g¯ o°m¯g¯
b. o'm*g* o`m*g* omīg* om¯g* o°m*g¯ o°m*g¯ o°m¯g¯ omīg
c. o'm*g* o*m*g* o'mg¯ o*m¯g¯ om*g* o¯m*g* o m°g¯ o°m°g¯
d. all of the above
e. none of the above
4. In which octad(s) did gene conversion event(s) occur?
a. om*g* oʻm*g* oʻm*g o'm*g omg* om¯g* om¯g¯ o°m°g¯
b. o'm'g* o'm°g* o`m°g* om°g* o°m°g¯ o°m°g° o°m°g omīg
c. O'm*g* o'm*g* o'mīg¯ o'm¯g¯ o'm*g* o°m*g* o m°g¯ o°m¯g¯
d. all of the above
e. none of the above
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3-4. Two strains of Neurospora crassa are crossed, one of genotype o'm g* and the other of genotype o m g". All three genes are on the same linkage group, in that particular order. 3. In which octad(s) did crossing over event(s) occur? a. o'm*g* o*m*g* o'm*g¯ o*m*g¯ omīg* om°g* o m¯g¯ o°m¯g¯ b. o'm*g* o`m*g* omīg* om¯g* o°m*g¯ o°m*g¯ o°m¯g¯ omīg c. o'm*g* o*m*g* o'mg¯ o*m¯g¯ om*g* o¯m*g* o m°g¯ o°m°g¯ d. all of the above e. none of the above 4. In which octad(s) did gene conversion event(s) occur? a. om*g* oʻm*g* oʻm*g o'm*g omg* om¯g* om¯g¯ o°m°g¯ b. o'm'g* o'm°g* o`m°g* om°g* o°m°g¯ o°m°g° o°m°g omīg c. O'm*g* o'm*g* o'mīg¯ o'm¯g¯ o'm*g* o°m*g* o m°g¯ o°m¯g¯ d. all of the above e. none of the above

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The linkage group is defined as the set of genes present on one chromosome that are inherited together during the process of cell division. The Mendelian principle of independent inheritance does not stand true for the linkage groups. The genes of a linkage group can be segregated through the process of crossing over that occurs between two homologous chromosomes during meiosis I.    

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Crossing over is the process during which the chromosomal segments of two non-sister chromatids are exchanged during meiosis I of cell division. Th...

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