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Resolving intralocus sexual conflict: genetic mechanisms and time frame

The Journal of Heredity

May 7, 2010

Andrew D StewartWilliam R Rice

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Intralocus sexual conflict occurs due to the expression of sexually antagonistic alleles: those that increase fitness when expressed in one sex but decrease fitness when expressed in the other sex. This genetic conflict is expected whenever the sexes are selected toward differing phenot...read more

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Microarray Analysis
Sex Chromosomes
Genomics
Genetic Fitness
Cdna Microarrays
Alleles
Evolution, Molecular
Selection, Genetic
Molecular Genetics (Discipline)
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Resolving intralocus sexual conflict: genetic mechanisms and time frame

The Journal of Heredity

May 7, 2010

Andrew D StewartWilliam R Rice

PMID: 20421329

DOI: 10.1093/jhered/esq011

Abstract

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Selection, Genetic
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