William Rice

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Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
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Stewart AD, Rice WR. (2018) Arrest of sex-specific adaptation during the evolution of sexual dimorphism in Drosophila. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Gavrilets S, Friberg U, Rice WR. (2017) Understanding Homosexuality: Moving on from Patterns to Mechanisms. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Rice WR, Friberg U, Gavrilets S. (2015) Sexually antagonistic epigenetic marks that canalize sexually dimorphic development. Molecular Ecology
Pischedda A, Friberg U, Stewart AD, et al. (2015) Sexual selection has minimal impact on effective population sizes in species with high rates of random offspring mortality: An empirical demonstration using fitness distributions. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Friberg U, Rice WR. (2015) Sexually antagonistic zygotic drive: a new form of genetic conflict between the sex chromosomes. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. 7: a017608
Rice WR. (2014) The synthesis paradigm in genetics. Genetics. 196: 367-71
Rice WR, Friberg U, Gavrilets S. (2013) Homosexuality via canalized sexual development: a testing protocol for a new epigenetic model. Bioessays : News and Reviews in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 35: 764-70
Rice WR. (2013) Nothing in genetics makes sense except in light of genomic conflict Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 44: 217-237
Rice WR, Friberg U, Gavrilets S. (2012) Homosexuality as a consequence of epigenetically canalized sexual development. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 87: 343-68
Rice WR. (2012) The evolution of an enigmatic human trait: false beliefs due to pseudo-solution traps. The American Naturalist. 179: 557-66
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