Data from: Association of polyandry and sex-ratio drive prevalence in natural populations of Drosophila neotestacea

Cheryl A. Pinzone & Kelly A. Dyer
Selfish genetic elements bias their own transmission to the next generation, even at the expense of the fitness of their carrier. Sex-ratio (SR) meiotic drive occurs when an X-chromosome causes Y-bearing sperm to die during male spermatogenesis, so that it is passed on to all of the male's offspring, which are all daughters. How SR is maintained as a stable polymorphism in the absence of genetic suppressors of drive is unknown. Here, we investigate the...
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