Data from: Intralocus sexual conflict and environmental stress

David Berger, Karl Grieshop, Martin I. Lind, Julieta Goenaga, Alexei A. Maklakov & Göran Arnqvist
Intralocus sexual conflict (ISC) occurs when selection at a given locus favors different alleles in males and females, placing a fundamental constraint on adaptation. However, the relative impact of ISC on adaptation may become reduced in stressful environments that expose conditionally deleterious mutations to selection. The genetic correlation for fitness between males and females (rMF) provides a quantification of ISC across the genome. We compared ISC at a benign (29˚C) and a stressful (36˚C) temperature...
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