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Additional reading: Chapter 07

Additional Reading:

Arbeitman, M. et al. 2014  The genetics of sex: Exploring differences.  Genetics 197: 527-529

Bachtrog, D. et al. 2014 Sex determination: Why so many ways of doing it?  PLoS Biology 12: e1001899

Crews, D. and JJ Bull 2008 Some like it hot (and some don’t).  Nature 451: 527-528.  Environmental sex determination in a lizard

Ganettzky, B. and R.S Hawley, 2016 The Centenary of GENETICS:  Bridges to the Future.  Genetics 202: 15-23.  Part of the historical perspectives series in which contemporary genetics discuss and review classic papers published in Genetics in the past century. 

Green, MM 1996. The “genesis of the white-eyed mutant” in Drosophila melanogaster: A reappraisal. Genetics 142: 329-331

Heule, C. et al. Genetics of sexual development: An evolutionary playground for fish.  Genetics 196: 579-591. 

Judson, Olivia. Dr. Tatiana's sex advice to all creation: The definitive guide to the evolutionary biology of sex. Macmillan, 2002.

Marshall Graves, J. 2014 The epigenetic sole of sex and dosage compensation. Nature Genetics 46: 215-216.  Using a ZW flatfish

Marshall Graves, J. 2015. Twenty-five years of the sex-determining gene. Nature 528:343-344

Additional Reading for Boxes:

Hoff, M. 2013.  Slithering towards clarity: Snakes shed new light on the evolution and function of sex chromosomes.  PLoS Biology 11: e1001644

Kopp, A. 2012 Dmrt genes in the development and evolution of sexual dimorphism.  Trends Genet. 28: 175-184