Experimentally elevated sexual selection increases male manipulation of the female post-mating response, but also makes females poised in readiness for mating and more resistant to male manipulation.
A study of the effect of chromosomal inversions on gene expression.
Lines with large and small flowers (good for females and males, respecively) have been generated by artificial selection. Gene expression differences between those lines should reveal the first genes that respond to such sexually antagonistic selection.
RNAseq analysis of males and females from a population with varying degrees of genetic differentiation between the X and the Y chromosomes.
Gene expression in experimentally evolved D. pseudoobscura lines under high and low sexual selection.