Data from: Strength of selection on Trpc2 gene predicts accessory olfactory bulb form in bat vomeronasal evolution

Laurel R. Yohe & Liliana M. Davalos
Vestigial characters are common across the tree of life, but the underlying evolutionary processes shaping phenotypic loss are poorly understood. The mammalian vomeronasal system, which detects social chemical cues important to fitness, is an impressive example of a sensory system lost multiple times. Three times more losses are inferred among bats than in other mammalian orders. We characterized the relationship between amino acid substitutions in a gene tightly linked to vomeronasal function (Trpc2) and the...
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