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Genome mapping

Definition

noun

(1) The process of locating and identifying genes to create a genetic map.

(2) Determination of the relative locus of genes along a chromosome (or plasmid, in case of bacteria).


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Genome or genetic mapping can be carried out through pedigree analysis, breeding experiments or by modern molecular biology techniques such as in physical mapping.


Synonym: genetic mapping, gene mapping.
See also: genetic locus, genetic marker.


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