Expression profiles of Dax1, Dmrt1, and Sox9 during temperature sex determination in gonads of the sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea. Expression profiling of candidate genes, however, has not led to the temperature-sensitive factor s that actually triggers ovary versus testis development in TSD species Lance, ; Rhen and Schroeder, Clutch order nested within breeding seasonmaternal body condition and other random effects in the model that is dominance variance, maternal ID, additive-by-temperature interaction and maternal ID-by-temperature interaction had no influence on sex determination Table 2.
Multiple paternity and mating patterns in the American alligator, Alligator mississippiensis. Fernandino for providing information on Odontesthes sp. Data collection For each species analyzed, field data, including the range of natural temperature in which the species can live RNTthe range of temperature during development in the temperature dependent sex determination in reptiles in San Francisco RTD as well as the lethal temperature LTwhen available, were obtained from ad hoc reviews, e.
Developmental Dynamics. They conjectured that disruptive selection produced by variation in the environment could result in an evolutionary transition from ESD to GSD Bull, Vogt, and Bulmer, Genetics Selection Evolution.
In the article, Warner and Shine describe the results from the first empirical test of the Charnov-Bull model. In some species, low temperatures produce mainly females, and high temperatures produce mostly males.
More examples of context-dependent sex determination will be studied in Chapter Cloning and in situ hybridization analysis of estrogen receptor in the developing gonad of the red-eared slider turtle, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination.
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Wiley, New York. Is macroevolution more than successive rounds of microevolution? Mrosovsky, S.