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Basal Sexual Strategies: Sexual differentiation, haploid-diploid transitions, and uniparental inheritance of organelle genome

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This is a Sporne Lecture

Evidence for meiotic sex is found in all the major eukaryotic radiations and hence was presumably practiced by the most recent common eukaryotic ancestor. Despite their myriad phenotypic manifestations, basal sexual strategies can be identified, providing insights into the nature of this ancestor and grounding our understanding of speciation.

This talk is part of the Plant Sciences Departmental Seminars series.

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