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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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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