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If interference is complete or cent percent then thr frequency of observed double cross over will be 1) Equal to expected frequency 2) Greater than expected frequency 3) Lesser than expected frequency 4) Zero Answer with proper explaination

If interference is complete or cent percent then thr frequency of observed double cross over will be
 
1) Equal to expected frequency
2) Greater than expected frequency 
3) Lesser than expected frequency
4) Zero
 
Answer with proper explaination

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Simran Vinaik
askIITians Faculty 1231 Points
2 years ago
In some regions of homologous chromoomes there are never any observed double recombinants. In these cases, Coefficient of Coincidence = 0, so I = 1 andinterferenceis complete.
Note :Interference (I) = 1 − c.o.c.
COC=(Observed Double Cross over/Expected Double Cross over).
If interference is complete then the Observed double cross over will be zero.

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