Are green beard genes outlaws?

@article{Ridley1981AreGB,
  title={Are green beard genes outlaws?},
  author={Mark Ridley and Alan Grafen},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={1981},
  volume={29},
  pages={954-955}
}
Green Beard Effect, The
Antagonistic interactions subdue inter-species green-beard cooperation in bacteria
TLDR
The results suggest that P. aeruginosa engages in interference competition to suppress B. cenocepacia, indicating that inter-species conflict arising from dissimilarities at the genome level overrule the aligned cooperative interests at the pyochelin locus.
Antagonistic interactions subdue inter‐species green‐beard cooperation in bacteria
TLDR
The results suggest that P. aeruginosa engages in interference competition to suppress B. cenocepacia, indicating that inter‐species conflict arising from dissimilarities at the genome level overrule the aligned cooperative interests at the pyochelin locus.
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    The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
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Greenbeard Genes: Theory and Reality.
Hamilton meets causal decision theory.
  • J. Martens
  • Philosophy
    Studies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences
  • 2019
Retrotransposon gag-like 1 (RTL1) and the molecular evolution of self-targeting imprinted microRNAs
TLDR
The interaction of sense and antisense transcripts can be interpreted as a form of communication between maternally-derived and paternALLY-derived RTL1 alleles that possesses many of the features of a greenbeard effect, and it is conjecture that microRNAs and mRNA cooperate to reduce demands on mothers when an allele is paired with itself in homozygous offspring.
The strategic reference gene: an organismal theory of inclusive fitness
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This work proposes that organisms should maximize the sum of their offspring (including any accrued due to the behaviour/phenotype of relatives), plus any effects on their relatives' offspring production, weighted by relatedness.
Selfish genetic elements
TLDR
Though long dismissed as genetic curiosities, with little relevance for evolution, they are now recognized to affect a wide swath of biological processes, ranging from genome size and architecture to speciation.
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