Sexually dimorphic gene expression in the lateral eyes of Euphilomedes carcharodonta (Ostracoda, Pancrustacea)

@inproceedings{Sajuthi2015SexuallyDG,
  title={Sexually dimorphic gene expression in the lateral eyes of Euphilomedes carcharodonta (Ostracoda, Pancrustacea)},
  author={Andrea Sajuthi and Brenna Carrillo-Zazueta and Briana Hu and Anita Wang and Logan Brodnansky and John K Mayberry and Ajna S. Rivera},
  booktitle={EvoDevo},
  year={2015}
}
The evolution and development of sexual dimorphism illuminates a central question in biology: How do similar genomes produce different phenotypes? In an XX/XO system especially the state of a sexually dimorphic trait is determined by differences in gene expression, as there are no additional genetic loci in either sex. Here, we examine the XX/XO ostracod crustacean species Euphilomedes carcharodonta. This species exhibits radical sexual dimorphism of their lateral eyes, females have only a tiny… CONTINUE READING
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