biased gene conversion

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biased gene conversion

biased gene conversion

Evidence for Widespread GC-biased Gene Conversion in Eukaryotes

Biased Gene Conversion and GC-Content Evolution in the Coding Sequences of Reptiles and Vertebrates

Evolutionary Stasis in Cycad Plastomes and the First Case of Plastome GC-Biased Gene Conversion

Male-Driven Biased Gene Conversion Governs the Evolution of Base Composition in Human Alu Repeats

The Impact of Selection, Gene Conversion, and Biased Sampling on the Assessment of Microbial Demography

Twisted Signatures of GC-Biased Gene Conversion Embedded in an Evolutionary Stable Karyotype

Population Genomic Analysis Reveals No Evidence for GC-Biased Gene Conversion in Drosophila melanogaster

Mutational Bias and Gene Conversion Affect the Intraspecific Nitrogen Stoichiometry of the Arabidopsis thaliana Transcriptome

Biased Gene Conversion Affects Patterns of Codon Usage and Amino Acid Usage in the Saccharomyces sensu stricto Group of Yeasts

Evidence from a House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus) Spleen Transcriptome for Adaptive Evolution and Biased Gene Conversion in Passerine Birds

GC-Biased Gene Conversion in Yeast Is Specifically Associated with Crossovers: Molecular Mechanisms and Evolutionary Significance

Interaction between Selection and Biased Gene Conversion in Mammalian Protein-Coding Sequence Evolution Revealed by a Phylogenetic Covariance Analysis

Phylogenetic Patterns of GC-Biased Gene Conversion in Placental Mammals and the Evolutionary Dynamics of Recombination Landscapes


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*Gene conversion where genetic information tends to flow more in one direction than in the other.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation.

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