Data from: Natural allelic variations of xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes affect sexual dimorphism in Oryzias latipes

Takafumi Katsumura, Shoji Oda, Shigeki Nakagome, Tsunehiko Hanihara, Hiroshi Kataoka, Hiroshi Mitani, Shoji Kawamura & Hiroki Oota
Sexual dimorphisms, which are phenotypic differences between males and females, are driven by sexual selection. Interestingly, sexually selected traits show geographical variations within species despite strong directional selective pressures. This paradox has eluded many evolutionary biologists for some time, and several models have been proposed (e.g. ‘indicator model’ and ‘trade-off model’). However, disentangling which of these theories explains empirical patterns remains difficult, because genetic polymorphisms that cause variation in sexual differences are still unknown. In...
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