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Find the Genetic Map Position of a Locus
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Posted on: August 16, 2010

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This short movies demonstrates how to find the known genetic map position of a locus from the data stored at MaizeGDB. This movie does not show you haw to map an unmapped gene. Often, genes are mapped on more than one genetic map, and this movie shows you how to pick a map!


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  1. Tip of the Week: MaizeGDB Genome Browser & other videos | The OpenHelix Blog Says:
    August 8th, 2012 at 11:54 am

    [...] Genome Browser (v2). They have seven additional tutorials on their resourcesĀ such as how to find a genetic map position of a locusĀ and doing a phenotype search. On that page of tutorials they also have links to various other [...]

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