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Sexual dimorphism and the evolution of sex-biased gene expression in the brown alga ectocarpus

Molecular Biology and Evolution

Mar 1, 2015

Agnieszka P LipinskaSusana M Coelho

Abstract

Males and females often have marked phenotypic differences, and the expression of these dissimilarities invariably involves sex differences in gene expression. Sex-biased gene expression has been well characterized in animal species, where a high proportion of the genome may be differen...read more

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Fertility
Gametophytes
Patterns
Ectocarpus
Genome
Genes
Regulation of Biological Process
Infertility Study
Determination Aspects
Sexual Dimorphism
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Sexual dimorphism and the evolution of sex-biased gene expression in the brown alga ectocarpus

Molecular Biology and Evolution

Mar 1, 2015

Agnieszka P LipinskaSusana M Coelho

PMID: 25725430

DOI: 10.1093/molbev/msv049

Abstract

Males and females often have marked phenotypic differences, and the expression of these dissimilarities invariably involves sex differences in gene expression. Sex-biased gene expression has been well characterized in animal species, where a high proportion of the genome may be differen...read more

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Fertility
Gametophytes
Patterns
Ectocarpus
Genome
Genes
Regulation of Biological Process
Infertility Study
Determination Aspects
Sexual Dimorphism
8
1
58

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