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Intralocus sexual conflict

Trends in Ecology & Evolution

Mar 25, 2009

Russell Bonduriansky, Stephen F Chenoweth

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Intralocus sexual conflict occurs when selection on a shared trait in one sex displaces the other sex from its phenotypic optimum. It arises because many shared traits have a common genetic basis but undergo contrasting selection in the sexes. A recent surge of interest in this evolutio...read more

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Laboratory Studies
Genome
Acclimatization
Reproduction
Sex Chromosomes
Teleogryllus commodus
Drosophila
Predator
Sexual Dimorphism
Gene Expression
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Intralocus sexual conflict

Trends in Ecology & Evolution

Mar 25, 2009

Russell Bonduriansky, Stephen F Chenoweth

PMID: 19307043

DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2008.12.005

Abstract

Intralocus sexual conflict occurs when selection on a shared trait in one sex displaces the other sex from its phenotypic optimum. It arises because many shared traits have a common genetic basis but undergo contrasting selection in the sexes. A recent surge of interest in this evolutio...read more

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Laboratory Studies
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Drosophila
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Sexual Dimorphism
Gene Expression
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