Data from: Matrilineal inheritance of a key mediator of prenatal maternal effects

Barbara Tschirren, Ann-Kathrin Ziegler, Joel L. Pick, Monika Okuliarov√°, Michal Zeman & Mathieu Giraudeau
Sex-linkage is predicted to evolve in response to sex-specific or sexually antagonistic selection. In line with this prediction, most sex-linked genes are associated with reproduction in the respective sex. In addition to traits directly involved in fertility and fecundity, mediators of maternal effects may be predisposed to evolve sex-linkage, because they indirectly affect female fitness through their effect on offspring phenotype. Here, we test for sex-linked inheritance of a key mediator of prenatal maternal effects...
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