Genomic imprinting and kinship / David Haig.
- New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2002.
- Rutgers series in human evolution
The Rutgers series in human evolution
xii, 218 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
- Genomic imprinting.
- Medical subjects:
- Genomic Imprinting.
Parent-Specific Gene Expression
Of Mice and Maize
Parent-Specific Gene Expression and the Triploid Endosperm / Mark Westoby
Commentary: Parent-Specific Gene Expression vs. Imprinting
Genomic Imprinting in Endosperm: Its Effects on Seed Development in Crosses between Species and between Different Ploidies of the Same Species, and Its Implications for the Evolution of Apomixis / Mark Westoby
Commentary: Seeds of Change
Alice in Wonderland
Genomic Imprinting in Mammalian Development: A Parental Tug-of-War / Tom Moore
Commentary: Imprinted Neighbors
Genomic Imprinting and the Strange Case of the Insulin-like Growth Factor-II Receptor / Chris Graham
Commentary: The Plot Thickens
Genomic Imprinting and the Theory of Parent-Offspring Conflict
Commentary: Precision, Pedantry, and the Perils of Neologism
Been There, Dung Gnat!
Intragenomic Conflict and the Evolution of Eusociality
Commentary: Mother's Boy or Daddy's Girl
The Evolution of Unusual Chromosomal Systems in Coccoids: Extraordinary Sex Ratios Revisited
Commentary: Extraordinary Sex Ratios Revisited, Again
The Evolution of Unusual Chromosomal Systems in Sciarid Flies: Intragenomic Conflict and the Sex Ratio
Commentary: Discarded Chromosomes
The Evolution of Parental Imprinting: A Review of Hypotheses / Robert Trivers
Commentary: New Hypotheses, New Challenges
Asymmetric Relations: Internal Conflicts and the Horror of Incest
Commentary: Inbreeding and Maternal Care
Tying Up Loose Ends.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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