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Fig. S1. An unusual crossover event such as chiasmata forming in the pericentromeric region may result in chromosome entanglement. In this example, following the exchange of genetic material in MI, the bivalent fails to disjoin resulting in homologous chromosomes segregating to the same spindle pole. Separation of the bivalent during MII would result in the formation of disomic gametes composed of two chromatids with identical centromeres. For the purpose of this illustration only chromosome 4 is shown.

Table S1. SGCB primer sequences.

Table S2. PowerPlex identity panel results.

Table S3. Affymetric SNP 6.0 chromosome 4 allele cells.

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