Sex-Linkage of Sexually Antagonistic Genes Is Predicted by Female, but Not Male, Effects in Birds
Evolutionary theory predicts that sexually antagonistic loci will be preferentially sex-linked, and this association can be empirically testes with data on sex-biased gene expression with the assumption that sex-biased gene expression represents the resolution of past sexual antagonism. However, inc...
|Published in:||Evolution, Vol. 63, No. 6 (2009), p. 1464-1472|
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