Data from: Homologous sex chromosomes in three deeply divergent anuran species

Alan Brelsford, Matthias Stöck, Caroline Betto-Colliard, Sylvain Dubey, Christophe Dufresnes, Hélène Jourdan-Pineau, Nicolas Rodrigues, Romain Savary, Roberto Sermier & Nicolas Perrin
Comparative genomic studies are revealing that, in sharp contrast with the strong stability found in birds and mammals, sex determination mechanisms are surprisingly labile in cold-blooded vertebrates, with frequent transitions between different pairs of sex chromosomes. It was recently suggested that, in context of this high turnover, some chromosome pairs might be more likely than others to be co-opted as sex chromosomes. Empirical support, however, is still very limited. Here we show that sex-linked markers...
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