chromosome map

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chro·mo·some map

a systematic, semiabstract representation of the physical position of loci on a karyotype. Compare: genetic map.
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The C-banded chromosome map of alfalfa developed in this study is suggested as the reference for the development of additional chromosome maps of diverse alfalfa populations.
In other major crop plants these classical and molecular maps have been superimposed on their respective chromosome maps.
About 450 RFLP markers from the mapping studies cited above were used and were distributed over the 21 wheat chromosome maps at an average spacing of 8 cM; however, most of the maps have at least one 20- to 30-cM gap.

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