Meiosis (crossing over)??

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Describe two evolutionary consequences if the process of crossing over in meiosis ceased to occur.

 
Jun 11th, 2015

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1. All linked alleles would remain linked indefinitely - no chance of them assorting independently. 

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2. This would limit the phenotypic diversity in a population. 
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3. A beneficial allele on the same chromosome as a deleterious allele would have essentially no chance of ever being inherited separately; natural selection would always occur on all the alleles that had to be inherited together together.

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Jun 11th, 2015

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