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Subject   [자료] GENETIC MATING SYSTEMS AND REPRODUCTIVE NATURAL HISTORIES OF FISHES: Lessons for Ecology and Evolution
Annu. Rev. Genet. 2002. 36:19–45
doi: 10.1146/annurev.genet.36.030602.090831

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GENETIC MATING SYSTEMS AND REPRODUCTIVE NATURAL HISTORIES OF FISHES: Lessons for Ecology and Evolution

John C. Avise 1 , Adam G. Jones 1,2 , DeEtte Walker 1 ,
J. Andrew DeWoody 3 , and collaborators 4

1 Department of Genetics, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 30602;
e-mail: avise@arches.uga.edu; 2 current address: School of Biology,
Georgia Institute of Technology, 310 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, Georgia, 30332;
e-mail: adam.jones@biology.gatech.edu; 3 Department of Genetics,
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 47907-1159;
e-mail: dewoody@fnr.purdue.edu; 4 additional authors (all have been in or associated with the Avise lab) are Beth Dakin, Anthony Fiumera, Dean Fletcher, Mark Mackiewicz,
Devon Pearse, Brady Porter, and S. David Wilkins.

Key Words molecular markers, parentage analysis, cuckoldry, sexual selection, alternative reproductive tactics

Abstract

Fish species have diverse breeding behaviors that make them valuable
for testing theories on genetic mating systems and reproductive tactics. Here we review genetic appraisals of paternity and maternity in wild fish populations. Behavioral phe-nomena quantified by genetic markers in various species include patterns of multiple mating by both sexes; frequent cuckoldry by males and rare cuckoldry by females
in nest-tending species; additional routes to surrogate parentage via nest piracy and egg-thievery; egg mimicry by nest-tending males; brood parasitism by helper males in cooperative breeders; clutch mixing in oral brooders; kinship in schooling fry of broadcast spawners; sperm storage by dams in female-pregnant species; and sex-role reversal, polyandry, and strong sexual selection on females in some male-pregnant species. Additional phenomena addressed by genetic parentage analyses in fishes in-clude clustered mutations, filial cannibalism, and local population size. All results are discussed in the context of relevant behavioral and evolutionary theory.


http://www.bio.tamu.edu/USERS/ajones/parentage_files/AviseARG2002.pdf
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