The familiar button mushroom [Agaricus bisporus (J. Lange) Imbach (see illustration)], originally a forest-dwelling species, has been cultivated continuously for more than three centuries. Today, millions of tons of these mushrooms, with a farm gate…
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The process whereby one or more gene alleles present in one chromosome may be exchanged with their alternative alleles on a homologous chromosome to produce a recombinant (crossover) chromosome which contains a combination of the alleles originally present on the two parental chromosomes.
Source: AccessScience, McGraw-Hill Education, 2019