Nonrandom segregation during meiosis: the unfairness of females

Abstract

Most geneticists assume that chromosome segregation during meiosis is Mendelian (i.e., each allele at each locus is represented equally in the gametes). The great majority of reports that discuss non-Mendelian transmission have focused on systems of gametic selection, such as the mouse t-haplotype and Segregation distorter in Drosophila, or on systems in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s003350040003

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