Selection and segregation distortion in a sex-differentiated population.

@article{Weissing2001SelectionAS,
  title={Selection and segregation distortion in a sex-differentiated population.},
  author={Franz J. Weissing and Michiel van Boven},
  journal={Theoretical population biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={327-41}
}
We extend the classical model for selection at an autosomal locus in a sex-differentiated population to include segregation distortion. The equations remain the same, but the fitness parameters are interpreted differently and refer to alleles instead of genotypes. We derive conditions for internal and external stability of the equilibria, i.e., stability with respect to perturbations of alleles that are already present at equilibrium and stability with respect to invasion attempts by newly… CONTINUE READING

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