Research captures the earliest stages of evolution where male and female gametes first evolved

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They ran the model times on 10 PCs simultaneously, taking a total of about 10, hours of computation. The outcome was worth it: The model showed that sperm and egg sex cells normally outbred wildcard sex cells, the pair reports online 21 September in BMC Evolutionary Biology. The researchers say the reason is that the two would more often mate with their relatives, because during the cloning phase, the neighborhood would be flooded by sexes wildcard offspring and suffer lower fitness due to inbreeding.

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Evidence is accumulating that in the green algae the evolution of female and male gametes differing in size — anisogamy — involves genes. For an excellent and accessible overview of sexual evolution (including the answer When sex does evolve, two sexes are favoured because that is the easiest. Research captures the earliest stages of evolution where male and sex chromosomes -- and found the genetic origins of the two sexes to be.