The resolution of sexual antagonism by gene duplication.

@article{Connallon2011TheRO,
  title={The resolution of sexual antagonism by gene duplication.},
  author={Tim Connallon and Andrew G. Clark},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2011},
  volume={187 3},
  pages={919-37}
}
Disruptive selection between males and females can generate sexual antagonism, where alleles improving fitness in one sex reduce fitness in the other. This type of genetic conflict arises because males and females carry nearly identical sets of genes: opposing selection, followed by genetic mixing during reproduction, generates a population genetic "tug-of-war" that constrains adaptation in either sex. Recent verbal models suggest that gene duplication and sex-specific cooption of paralogs… CONTINUE READING
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