(Solution Download) If you try to throw a basketball into a basket


If you try to throw a basketball into a basket, the likelihood of succeeding depends on the size of the basket. It is more likely that you will get the ball into the basket if the basket is bigger. In your own words, explain how this analogy also applies to the idea that the likelihood of crossing over is greater when two genes are far apart than when they are close together.

 







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