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In S. commune the frequency of recombination between the two subunits, α and β, of the B incompatibility factor is genetically controlled. Analysis of the progeny obtained from crosses between high- and low-recombining strains indicates that the gene controlling recombination frequency in the B factor is linked to the B factor itself, approximately nine map units from Bβ. This gene, called B-rec-1, does not affect the recombination frequency in an unlinked region (between the subunits of the Adoi:10.1093/genetics/74.1.55 fatcat:sgw6jpk3ibbf7ihk3jv3m5n2i4