Disassortative mating

Disassortative sexual selection is a form of sexual selection in which one sex chooses the other, in such a way that the offspring benefits from the diversity of the parental genotypes. Two examples of this form of selection are self-incompatibility in plants and MHC class III genes. Contenido 1 Ver también 2 References & Bibliography 3 Textos clave 3.1 Libros 3.2 Papeles 4 Material adicional 4.1 Libros 4.2 Papeles 5 External links See also Assortative mating References & Bibliography Key texts Books Papers Additional material Books Papers External links

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