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Gene regulatory effects of a large chromosomal inversion in highland maize
AbstractChromosomal inversions are frequently implicated in local adaptation. Inversions can capture multiple locally adaptive functional variants in a linked block by repressing recombination. However, this property makes it difficult to identify the genetic mechanisms that underlie an inversion's role in adaption. In this study, we explore how large-scale transcriptomic data can be used to dissect the functional importance of chromosomal inversions. Specifically, we study a 13 Mb inversiondoi:10.1101/861583 fatcat:artciathkjd4fmfeew3datz6r4