Gene conversion is a directed process of base-pair mismatch repair in heteroduplex DNA that converts one allele to the alternative form in a heterozygous organism. This results in aberrant ratios of haploid spores in four-cell or eight-cell ordered asci. What pattern would you expect to see in the spores if there is no repair of base-pair mistakes in the heteroduplex region?

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