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Female responses to experimental removal of sexual selection components in Drosophila melanogaster

BMC Evolutionary Biology

Nov 20, 2014

P InnocentiE H Morrow

Abstract

Despite the common assumption that multiple mating should in general be favored in males, but not in females, to date there is no consensus on the general impact of multiple mating on female fitness. Notably, very little is known about the genetic and physiological features underlying t...read more

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Fertility
Biochemical Pathway
Genome
Both Ovaries
Ovary
Reproduction
Candidate Disease Gene
Sexual Behavior, Animal
Gene Expression
Genomics
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Female responses to experimental removal of sexual selection components in Drosophila melanogaster

BMC Evolutionary Biology

Nov 20, 2014

P InnocentiE H Morrow

PMID: 25406540

DOI: 10.1186/s12862-014-0239-3

Abstract

Despite the common assumption that multiple mating should in general be favored in males, but not in females, to date there is no consensus on the general impact of multiple mating on female fitness. Notably, very little is known about the genetic and physiological features underlying t...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Fertility
Biochemical Pathway
Genome
Both Ovaries
Ovary
Reproduction
Candidate Disease Gene
Sexual Behavior, Animal
Gene Expression
Genomics
6
3

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