Symmetry of structure is pervasive through nature and its failure has interested biologists at least Darwin. Below is a working draft of a manuscript I have written presenting a new perspective on fluctuating asymmetries, based in part, on genomic conflict considerations. This manuscript is slated to be published in Filomena de Sousa and Gonzalo Munévar (Editors) Sex, Reproduction and Darwinism. Pickering & Chatto Publishers of London later this year. All comments most welcome.
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