Keywords: gene drive natura
Evolutionary robustness of killer meiotic drivesP. G. Madgwick and J. B. Wolf, Evolution Letters, 2021.
A meiotic driver is a selfish genetic element that interferes with the process of meiosis to promote its own transmission. The most common mechanism of interference is gamete killing, where the meiotic driver kills gametes that do not contain it. A killer meiotic driver is ...
Keywords: Evolution, gamete-killers, gene drive natura, killer target, model, segregation distortion, selfish genetic elements, toxin antidote
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