Data from: DNA motifs are not general predictors of recombination in two Drosophila sister species.

James M. Howie, Rupert Mazzucco, Thomas Taus, Viola Nolte & Christian Schlötterer
Meiotic recombination is crucial for chromosomal segregation, and facilitates the spread of beneficial and removal of deleterious mutations. Recombination rates frequently vary along chromosomes and Drosophila melanogaster exhibits a remarkable pattern. Recombination rates gradually decrease towards centromeres and telomeres, with a dramatic impact on levels of variation in natural populations. Two close sister species, D. simulans and D. mauritiana do not only have higher recombination rates, but also exhibit a much more homogeneous recombination rate...
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