Intragenomic conflict - Oxford Scholarship
The idea that there may be a conflict between different genetic elements—for example, between chromosomal and mitochondrial genes—is a natural one. A wide range of phenomena, from distorted sex ratios and male sterility in plants to the evolution of chromosome form, may best be understood in terms of such conflict. Before discussing examples, however, it is useful to define ‘genomic ...
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