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crossover suppressor


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A gene, or an inversion (q.v.), that prevents crossing over in a pair of chromosomes. The Gowen crossover suppressor gene (q.v.) of Drosophila prevents the formation of synaptonemal complexes (q.v.).

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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