Additional file 9.
Distribution of the observed number of markers relative to the expected number of markers, assuming a Poisson distribution for the F2, G2F and G2M parental trees. Blocks with the same marker counts were summed and the resulting frequencies compared with the expected frequencies generated from the Poisson distribution function (indeed, if recombination on each chromosome were completely random, a Poisson distribution with a variance equal to the mean would be expected, as suggest by Haldane (1931). Haldane, J. B. S. (1931) The cytological basis of genetical interference. Cytologia 3:54–65). Black squares indicate the lower and upper thresholds (in terms of the number of markers per block) defining hotspots and coldspots of recombination, respectively.
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Chancerel et al. BMC Biology 2013 11:50 doi:10.1186/1741-7007-11-50