Data from: Polyandry and the decrease of a selfish genetic element in a wild house mouse population

Andri Manser, Anna K. Lindholm, Barbara König & Homayoun C. Bagheri
Despite deleterious effects on individuals, the t haplotype is a selfish genetic element present in many house mouse populations. By distorting the transmission ratio, +/t males transmit the t haplotype to up to 90% of their offspring. However, t/t individuals perish in utero. Theoretical models based on these properties predict a much higher t frequency than observed, leading to the t paradox. Here, we use empirical field data and theoretical approaches to investigate whether polyandry...
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