Using RNA sequencing to characterize female reproductive genes between Z and E Strains of European Corn Borer moth (Ostrinia nubilalis).

Al-Wathiqui, Nooria.
Lewis, Sara M.
Dopman, Erik B.
2014

Background: Reproductive proteins often evolve rapidly and are thought to be subject to strong sexual selection, and thus may play a key role in reproductive isolation and species divergence. However, our knowledge of reproductive proteins has been largely limited to males and model organisms with sequenced genomes. With advances in seque... read more

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Al-Wathiqui, Nooria, Sara M. Lewis, and Erik B. Dopman. "Using RNA sequencing to characterize female reproductive genes between Z and E Strains of European Corn Borer moth (Ostrinia nubilalis)." BMC Genomics 15, no. 1 (12, 2014): 1-13.
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