No evidence for faster male hybrid sterility in population crosses of an intertidal copepod (Tigriopus californicus)

@article{Willett2007NoEF,
  title={No evidence for faster male hybrid sterility in population crosses of an intertidal copepod (Tigriopus californicus)},
  author={Christopher S Willett},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={2007},
  volume={133},
  pages={129-136}
}
Two different forces are thought to contribute to the rapid accumulation of hybrid male sterility that has been observed in many inter-specific crosses, namely the faster male and the dominance theories. For male heterogametic taxa, both faster male and dominance would work in the same direction to cause the rapid evolution of male sterility; however, for taxa lacking differentiated sex chromosomes only the faster male theory would explain the rapid evolution of male hybrid sterility. It is… CONTINUE READING
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