Data from: Selection on learning performance results in the correlated evolution of sexual dimorphism in life history

Martyna Katarzyna Zwoinska, Martin I. Lind, Maria Cortazar-Chinarro, Mark Ramsden & Alexei A. Maklakov
The evolution of learning can be constrained by trade-offs. As male and female life-histories often diverge, the relationship between learning and fitness may differ between the sexes. However, because sexes share much of their genome, intersexual genetic correlations can prevent males and females from reaching their sex-specific optima resulting in intralocus sexual conflict (IaSC). To investigate if IaSC constraints sex-specific evolution of learning we selected Caenorhabditis remanei nematode females for increased or decreased olfactory learning...
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