Structural variation refers to large scale structural differences in the genomic DNA that are inherited and polymorphic in a species. They are a result of chromosomal rearrangement – deletion, duplication, novel sequence insertion or inversion. If these polymorphisms are cytogenetically visible they are termed heteromorphisms.
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