Does meiotic drive alter male mate preference?S. R. Finnegan, L. Nitsche, M. Mondani, M. F. Camus, K. Fowler and A. Pomiankowski, Behavioral Ecology, 13:194-201. 2019.
Male mate preferences have been demonstrated across a range of species, including the Malaysian stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni. This species is subject to sex-ratio (SR), an X-linked male meiotic driver, which causes the dysfunction of Y-sperm and the production of all-female ...
Keywords: choice, condition-dependent, Evolution, eyespan, females, flies, fruit-fly, gene drive natural, male mate preference, mate choice, meiotic drive, ornament size, selection, sex-ratio polymorphism, sexual selection, stalk-eyed fly
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