Data from: Mapping of within-species segregation distortion in D. persimilis and hybrid sterility between D. persimilis and D. pseudoobscura

Shannon R. McDermott & Mohamed A. F. Noor
In contrast to the prevailing dogma in the 1990s, recent studies have suggested that an evolutionary history of segregation distortion within species may contribute to sterility in species hybrids. However, this recent work identified segregation distortion exclusively in species hybrids which may never have had an evolutionary history of segregation distortion in either parent species. We expand on previous work by using a strain of Drosophila persimilis exhibiting segregation distortion within species to generate QTL...
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