Data from: Gametic selection, developmental trajectories, and extrinsic heterogeneity in Haldane's rule

Joanna D. Bundus, Ravin Alaei & Asher D. Cutter
Deciphering the genetic and developmental causes of the disproportionate rarity, inviability and sterility of hybrid males, Haldane's rule, is important for understanding the evolution of reproductive isolation between species. Moreover, extrinsic and pre-zygotic factors can contribute to the magnitude of intrinsic isolation experienced between species with partial reproductive compatibility. Here we use the nematodes Caenorhabditis briggsae and C. nigoni to quantify the sensitivity of hybrid male viability to extrinsic temperature and developmental timing, and test...
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