Gene-conversion meaning

The unequal segregation of alleles to gametes during meiosis, resulting in gametes containing one allele being more numerous than gametes containing the other allele for certain genes.
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The replacement of one part of a chromosome with a copy of the homologous part on the sister chromosome, often as a consequence of DNA repair.
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The unequal segregation of alleles to gametes during meiosis, resulting in gametes containing one allele being more numerous than gametes containing the other allele for certain genes.
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The replacement of one part of a chromosome with a copy of the homologous part on the sister chromosome, often as a consequence of DNA repair.
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