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Sperm should evolve to make female meiosis fair

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May 21, 2014

Yaniv Brandvain, Graham Coop

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Genomic conflicts arise when an allele gains an evolutionary advantage at a cost to organismal fitness. Oögenesis is inherently susceptible to such conflicts because alleles compete for inclusion in the product of female meiosis that will be transmitted to the egg. Alleles that distort ...read more

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Meiotic Cell Cycle
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Structure of Articular Surface of Bone
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Sperm should evolve to make female meiosis fair

bioRxiv

May 21, 2014

Yaniv Brandvain, Graham Coop

PMID: 990005363

DOI: 10.1101/005363

Abstract

Genomic conflicts arise when an allele gains an evolutionary advantage at a cost to organismal fitness. Oögenesis is inherently susceptible to such conflicts because alleles compete for inclusion in the product of female meiosis that will be transmitted to the egg. Alleles that distort ...read more

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Fertility
Meiotic Cell Cycle
Genome
Sperm Cell
Face
Genomics
Structure of Articular Surface of Bone
Meiosis
Organism
Fertilization
27

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