Transmissible cancers and the evolution of sex under the Red Queen hypothesis
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The predominance of sexual copy in eukaryotes stays paradoxical in evolutionary idea. Of the hypotheses proposed to resolve this paradox, the ‘Pink Queen speculation’ emphasises the potential of antagonistic interactions to trigger fluctuating choice, which favours the evolution and upkeep of intercourse. Whereas empirical and theoretical developments have targeted on host-parasite interactions, the premises of
“Transmissible cancers and the evolution of sex under the Red Queen hypothesis”
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