Cytonuclear Genic Incompatibilities Cause Increased Mortality in Male F^sub 2^ Hybrids of Nasonia giraulti and N. vitripennis by ProQuest

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DOI: 10.1534/genetics.107.080523



          Cytonuclear Genic Incompatibilities Cause Increased Mortality in
               Male F2 Hybrids of Nasonia giraulti and N. vitripennis

                                  Oliver Niehuis,1 Andrea K. Judson and Jurgen Gadau
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                                   School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona 85287-4501
                                                      Manuscript received August 14, 2007
                                                  Accepted for publication November 10, 2007


                                                                 ABSTRACT
                 The haplodiploid wasp genus Nasonia is a promising model for studying the evolution of genic incom-
              patibilities due to the existence of interfertile species and haploid males. The latter allows for significant
								
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