Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens

Reinhold K (2002)
Proceedings of the British Academy 106: 251-265.

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Reinhold K. Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens. Proceedings of the British Academy. 2002;106:251-265.
Reinhold, K. (2002). Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens. Proceedings of the British Academy, 106, 251-265.
Reinhold, K. (2002). Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens. Proceedings of the British Academy 106, 251-265.
Reinhold, K., 2002. Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens. Proceedings of the British Academy, 106, p 251-265.
K. Reinhold, “Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens”, Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 106, 2002, pp. 251-265.
Reinhold, K.: Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens. Proceedings of the British Academy. 106, 251-265 (2002).
Reinhold, Klaus. “Preferential sex linkage of sexually selected genes: evidence and a new explanation. In Crow, T.J. (ed) The speciation of modern Homo sapiens”. Proceedings of the British Academy 106 (2002): 251-265.
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