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Tanya M. Pennell and Edward H. Morrow Two sexes, one genome: the evolutionary dynamics of intralocus sexual conflict Ecology and Evolution 3

Version of Record online: 1 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.540

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Intralocus sexual conflict (IASC) is a form of sexual antagonism that arises when the same genes control the same phenotype in both sexes, but optimal trait values differ for males and females. We consider the maintenance, resolution, and consequences of this evolutionary feud, suggest areas for future research, and draw attention to issues relating to current empirical work.

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