Data from: The evolutionary dynamics of sexually antagonistic mutations in pseudoautosomal regions of sex chromosomes

Brian Charlesworth, Crispin Y. Jordan & Deborah Charlesworth
Sex chromosomes can evolve gene contents that differ from the rest of the genome, as well as larger sex differences in gene expression compared with autosomes. This probably occurs because fully sex-linked beneficial mutations substitute at different rates from autosomal ones, especially when fitness effects are sexually antagonistic (SA). The evolutionary properties of genes located in the recombining pseudo-autosomal region (PAR) of a sex chromosome have not previously been modelled in detail. Such PAR genes...
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