Genetics of Late Life Involve Antagonistic Pleiotropy
Reverse evolution experiments implicate antagonistic pleiotropy in the evolution of both mortality and fecundity during late life. Hybridization experiments do not implicate mutation accumulation in the evolution of late life, but do not necessarily preclude its involvement.
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