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Agricultural Research Service

Title: Predict Chromosomal Locations of Genetically Mapped Loci in Maize Using the Morgan2mcclintock Translator

Authors
item Lawrence, Carolyn
item Amarillo, Ina - FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
item Seigfried, Trent
item Bass, Hank - FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
item Anderson, Lorinda - COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

Submitted to: Plant and Animal Genome VX Conference Abstracts
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: October 5, 2005
Publication Date: January 14, 2006
Citation: Lawrence, C.J., Amarillo, I.E., Seigfried, T.E., Bass, H.W., Anderson, L.K. 2006. Predict chromosomal locations of genetically mapped loci in maize using the Morgan2McClintock translator [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome XIV: Final Abstract Guide. p. 881.

Technical Abstract: The Morgan2McClintock Translator is a web-based tool that enables researchers to automatically convert coordinates from genetic recombination-based linkage maps to predicted positions on meiotic pachytene chromosomes using previously determined recombination nodule frequency distributions. The output from the tool enables estimations of DNA amount between mapped loci and helps create an integrated overview of the structure of the maize nuclear genome.

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