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mapping function


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mapping function

mapping function

graph (of a function or mapping)

range (of a function or mapping)

range (of a function or mapping)

graph (of a function or mapping)

Mapping the core mass function to the initial mass function

A New Era for Lesion-Behavior Mapping of Prefrontal Functions

Open chromatin mapping identifies transcriptional networks regulating human epididymis epithelial function

Mapping cortical functions with a local community detection algorithm

Mapping the core mass function on to the stellar initial mass function: multiplicity matters

DIFFERENCES IN BRAIN FUNCTION BETWEEN RELAPSING AND ABSTAINING ALCOHOL-DEPENDENT PATIENTS, EVALUATED BY EEG MAPPING

An integrative architecture for general intelligence and executive function revealed by lesion mapping

Many-to-One Mapping of Form to Function: A General Principle in Organismal Design?1

Large-scale mapping of sequence-function relations in small regulatory RNAs reveals plasticity and modularity

Isoenergetic penta- and hexanucleotide microarray probing and chemical mapping provide a secondary structure model for an RNA element orchestrating R2 retrotransposon protein function

NC-01ATTENTIONAL AND LANGUAGE FUNCTIONING IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH GLIOMA: A VOXEL-BASED LESION-SYMPTOM MAPPING STUDY

The Development of Multisensory Integration in High-Functioning Autism: High-Density Electrical Mapping and Psychophysical Measures Reveal Impairments in the Processing of Audiovisual Inputs

Combining genetic mapping with genome-wide expression in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis highlights a gene network enriched for T cell functions and candidate genes regulating autoimmunity

 

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A mathematical formula developed by J. B. S. Haldane that relates map distances to recombination frequencies. The function is represented graphically below. It demonstrates that no matter how far apart two genes are on a chromosome, one never observes a recombination value greater than 50%. It also shows that the relation between recombination frequencies and map distances is linear for genes that recombine with frequencies less than 10%.

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