Postcopulatory reproductive processes: The role of female and male reproductive genes and proteins in speciation and sexual selection

Al-Wathiqui, Nooria.
2017-04-19T18:05:49.152Z

Abstract: Sexual selection is a powerful force that drives the evolution of reproductive traits and continues after mating is completed. Postcopulatory sexual selection involves molecular interactions between the male ejaculate and the female reproductive tract; these interactions are mediated by male seminal fluid proteins (SFPs), transferred in the male ejaculate, and female reproductive protein... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of Biology.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011702
ID: tufts:21177
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