Data from: Competition for mates and the improvement of nonsexual fitness

Li Yun, Patrick J. Chen, Kevin E. Kwok, Christopher S. Angell, Howard D. Rundle & Aneil F. Agrawal
Competition for mates can be a major source of selection, not just on secondary sexual traits but across the genome. Mate competition strengthens selection on males via sexual selection, which typically favours healthy, vigorous individuals and, thus, all genetic variants that increase overall quality. However, recent studies suggest another major effect of mate competition that could influence genome-wide selection: sexual harassment by males can drastically weaken selection on quality in females. Because of these conflicting...
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