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Linkage

The ability to buy and sell the same security on different exchanges. Because the prices may differ on different exchanges, linkage may create opportunity for arbitrage. Linkage has become easier with the advent of electronic exchanges and trading platforms.
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in Hermanus (FamD, FamH, FamI, and FamJ)--were used for the construction of the integrated linkage map (Table 1).
A primary linkage map of the porcine genome reveals a low rate of genetic recombination.
A genetic linkage map of the Ceratopteris richardii genome was developed independently of this alpha-tubulin study (Nakazato et al.
It is our belief that unfettered access to SNP databases and the human linkage map will mean the more rapid development of improved diagnostic techniques and therapeutics," said Arthur Holden, chairman of The SNP Consortium.
KEY WORDS: Noble scallop, Chlamys nobilis, linkage map, AFLP, microsatellite marker
The linkage map will help us isolate the genes controlling resistance to diseases and pests as well as genes affecting female flower production and fruit quality.
Linkage map distance (c) in Morgans was calculated by dividing the total size of the MARC linkage map distance by the physical genomic size (Btau 4.
The process of domestication of mussels will be aided by the development of genetic linkage maps (Lallias et al.
Collaboration Will Produce Genome-Wide, SNP-Based Linkage Map --
Linkage map : The linkage maps were constructed for the KNPxLN, KNPxYK or joining data of the two populations.
Lynch says Foundation-funded research has already led to breakthroughs, including the first linkage map of the canine genome and discoveries of the genetic defects causing cystinuria, von Willebrand's disease, progressive retinal atrophy and congenital stationary night blindness.