Data from: Divergence of seminal fluid gene expression and function among natural snail populations

Yumi Nakadera, Alice Smith, Léa Daupagne, Marie-Agnès Coutellec, Joris Koene & Steven Ramm
Seminal fluid proteins (SFPs) can trigger drastic changes in mating partners, mediating post-mating sexual selection and associated sexual conflict. Also, cross-species comparisons have demonstrated that SFPs evolve rapidly and hint that post-mating sexual selection drives their rapid evolution. In principle, this pattern should be detectable within species as rapid among-population divergence in SFP expression and function. However, given the multiple other factors that could vary among populations, isolating divergence in SFP-mediated effects is not straightforward....
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