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Study Looks at Mitochondrial Variation in Sperm Traits and Sperm Competitive Ability


September 19, 2007

Jeanne and David Zeh Study considered an important link in the field of sexual selection, where maternal inheritance of mitochondria may well have its greatest impact on sperm traits and competitive ability, but thus far has been largely overlooked. Full Story

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University of Nevada, Reno

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