a process which occurs during meiosis or mitosis. It results in the exchange of segments of DNA between two homologous chromosomes.
The exchange of genetic information between homologous chromosomes during meiosis I. Crossing-over can disrupt the normal linkage between genes on the same chromosome.
The exchange of genetic material between non-sister chromatids of homologous chromosomes (i.e., between maternal and paternal chromosomes) during meiosis. This results in a new and unique combination of genes on the daughter chromosome which will be passed on to the offspring (if that particular gamete is involved in fertilization).
exchange of segments of nonsister chromatids that occurs during meiosis I. Results in recombination.
The process of exchange of genetic material between two homologous chromosomes leading to recombination of linked genes. Presumed to occur through breakage of both chromosomes at homologous sites followed by reunion after exchange.
A process by which an individual's genes are “mixed” prior to formation of reproductive cells; a chromosome will cross over in one or two places, exchanging segments with it's pair partner, prior to division.
The exchange of corresponding segments of chromatids between homologous chromosomes during prophase I of meiosis.
The exchange of corresponding regions between maternal and paternal chromosomes.Crossing-over results in genetic recombination.
Exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes during prophase of meiosis I. 200
The exchange of corresponding chromosome parts between homologs by breakage and reunion.
During the first meiotic prophase, the process in which part of a chromatid is physically exchanged with another chromatid to form chromosomes with new allele combinations. PICTURE
The exchange of DNA between chromosomes during meiosis.