Evolution of Sex Determining Mechanisms
Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Advanced Book Program, 1983 - 316 страници
Classical sex determining mechanisms; Male and female heterogamety: 2. factor systems; Multiple-factor systems; Genetics of sex development and the nature of sex factors; A combinatorial enumeration of sex determining mechanisms: 2. factor and multiple-factor systems; Evolution in multiple-factor systems; Evolution of the heterogametic mechanism of sex determination; Polyfactorial sex determination; Environmental sex determination (ESD); Evolution of environmental sex determination; Uniparental males: arrhenotoky (Haplo-diploidy) and paternal genome loss; Advantages of producing uniparental males; Cytoplasmic sex determination; A parental mechanism of sex determination: maternal monogeny; Sex chromosome evolution; Characteristics of sex chromosomes: extreme X-Y heteromorphism; Slight X-Y heteromorphism and evidence of a transition; Evolution of sex chromosome differences: models and theory.
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