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Negative genetic correlation for adult fitness between sexes reveals ontogenetic conflict in Drosophila

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Feb 15, 2001

A ChippindaleW R Rice

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Because of their distinctive roles in reproduction, females and males are selected toward different optimal phenotypes. Ontogenetic conflict between the sexes arises when homologous traits are selected in different directions. The evolution of sexual dimorphism by sex-limited gene expre...read more

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Psathyrella
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Negative genetic correlation for adult fitness between sexes reveals ontogenetic conflict in Drosophila

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Feb 15, 2001

A ChippindaleW R Rice

PMID: 11172009

DOI: 10.1073/pnas.041378098

Abstract

Because of their distinctive roles in reproduction, females and males are selected toward different optimal phenotypes. Ontogenetic conflict between the sexes arises when homologous traits are selected in different directions. The evolution of sexual dimorphism by sex-limited gene expre...read more

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Genome
Drosophila
Biologic Development
Sexual Dimorphism
Gene Expression
Oviposition
Psathyrella
Drosophila
Drosophila melanogaster
Anatomical Maturation
5
345

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