Keywords: competitive ability
Meiotic drive changes sperm precedence patterns in house mice: potential for male alternative mating tactics?Sutter, AL, A. K., BMC Evolutionary Biology, 16:15. 2016.
Background: With female multiple mating (polyandry), male-male competition extends to after copulation (sperm competition). Males respond to this selective pressure through physiological, morphological and behavioural adaptations. Sperm competitiveness is commonly decreased in ...
Keywords: Alternative reproductive tactics, behaviour, CASA, competitive ability, Copulatory, copulatory-behavior, Evolutionary Biology, female mice, gene drive evolution, gene drive genetics, gene drive mechanisms, gene drive natural, Genetics & Heredity, haplotype, male-fertility, mate choice, meiotic drive, mice, mixed models, mouse, Multi-level, mus-domesticus, Ovulation, polyandry, selection, selfish genetic element, sex-ratio distorter, sperm competition, t-haplotypes, tailless
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