Evolution of sexually dimorphic pheromone profiles coincides with increased number of male‐specific chemosensory organs in Drosophila prolongata

@article{Luo2019EvolutionOS,
  title={Evolution of sexually dimorphic pheromone profiles coincides with increased number of male‐specific chemosensory organs in Drosophila prolongata},
  author={Yige Luo and Yunwei Zhang and J. Farine and J. Ferveur and S. Ram{\'i}rez and A. Kopp},
  journal={Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2019},
  volume={9},
  pages={13608 - 13618}
}
Abstract Binary communication systems that involve sex‐specific signaling and sex‐specific signal perception play a key role in sexual selection and in the evolution of sexually dimorphic traits. The driving forces and genetic changes underlying such traits can be investigated in systems where sex‐specific signaling and perception have emerged recently and show evidence of potential coevolution. A promising model is found in Drosophila prolongata, which exhibits a species‐specific increase in… Expand

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