Invasion and maintenance of meiotic drivers in populations of ascomycete fungi

Ivain Martinossi-Allibert, Carl Veller, S. Lorena Ament-Velásquez, Aaron A. Vogan, Claus Rueffler & Hanna Johannesson
Meiotic drivers are selfish genetic elements that are able to become over-represented among the products of meiosis. This transmission advantage makes it possible for them to spread in a population even when they impose fitness costs on their host organisms. Whether a meiotic driver can invade a population, and subsequently reach fixation or coexist in a stable polymorphism, depends on the one hand on the biology of the host organism, including its life-cycle, mating system,...
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