Fitness differences suppress the number of mating types in evolving isogamous species

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Fitness differences suppress the number of mating types in evolving isogamous species. / Krumbeck, Yvonne; Constable, George William Albert; Rogers, Tim.

arXiv, 2019.

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Krumbeck, Y, Constable, GWA & Rogers, T 2019 'Fitness differences suppress the number of mating types in evolving isogamous species' arXiv. <https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.07117>

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Krumbeck, Y., Constable, G. W. A., & Rogers, T. (2019). Fitness differences suppress the number of mating types in evolving isogamous species. arXiv. https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.07117

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Krumbeck Y, Constable GWA, Rogers T. Fitness differences suppress the number of mating types in evolving isogamous species. arXiv. 2019 Jun 17.

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Krumbeck, Yvonne ; Constable, George William Albert ; Rogers, Tim. / Fitness differences suppress the number of mating types in evolving isogamous species. arXiv, 2019.

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