Data from: Sex uncovered special issue: selective maintenance of recombination between the sex chromosomes

Sally Otto & Sarah P. Otto
A hallmark of many sex chromosomes is the dramatically reduced rate of recombination between them in the heterogametic sex (e.g., between the X and Y). Sexually antagonistic selection is thought to be the main selective driver of this reduced recombination, with tighter linkage strengthening the association between alleles favourable to females and the X, as well as alleles favourable to males and the Y. Nevertheless, many sex chromosomes retain substantial levels of recombination over millions...
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