Genes in conflict by evolutionary geneticist austin burt and biologist robert trivers is the first book to review the vast empirical literature on selfish genetic elements it reveals how widespread these elements are in nature what evolutionary effects they have had on fundamental aspects of the genetic system itself such as its size . Genes in conflict has 46 ratings and 3 reviews tadas said life is a war before ever reading the selfish gene i had come to very abstracted practical . Selfish genes and germline limited dna chimeras taxonomic survey of chimerism somatic chimerism and polar bodies 12 summary and future directions logic of selfish genetic elements molecular genetics selfish genes and sex fate of a selfish gene within a species movement between species distribution among species role in host evolution. Imprinted gene calculates exact relatedness maternal 1 paternal 0 these sharply divergent kinship coefficients create 2 kinds of conflict one occurs over evolutionary time in which the spread of selfish paternally ac 96 from burt a trivers rl 2006 genes in conflict the biology of selfish genetic elements. Their spread has created a whole world of socio genetic interactions within individuals usually completely hidden from sight genes in conflict introduces the subject of selfish genetic elements in all its aspects from molecular and genetic to behavioral and evolutionary burt and trivers give us access for the first time to a crucial area of
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