Evolution of Sex Determination

Richard Gordon gordonr at cc.UManitoba.CA
Sun Dec 4 10:28:35 EST 1994


Dear Penniman,
I've drafted a section of my book ms:

Gordon, R. (1995). The Hierarchical Genome and Differentiation Waves:
Novel Unification of Development, Genetics, and Evolution  (Singapore:
World Scientific), in prep.

to discuss the possibility that differentiation waves are the initial 
event(s) in sex determination. Would like a volunteer to do a critical 
reading of this part.

Best regards, -Dick Gordon[Dec4,94]

On 1 Dec 1994, Penniman B. Austin wrote:

>    Would like to correspond with those who are interested in the
evolution of the XX female/XY male sex determination mechanism in mammals,
especially SOX3, SRY, ZFX, ZFY, SRA, SRVX, etc., and their roles in the
sex determining pathways. 




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