Intragenomic Conflict over Dispersal.

Abstract

Intragenomic conflict may arise when social partners are more related through one parent than the other-for example, owing to individuals or gametes of one sex dispersing further prior to fertilization. In particular, genes originating from the former parent are favored to promote selflessness, and those originating from the latter parent are favored to… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/682275

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