evolution pressure

evolution pressure

[‚ev·ə¦lü·shən ¦presh·ər]
(evolution)
The result of the combined action of mutation pressure, immigration and hybridization pressure, and selection pressure, giving rise to systematic changes in the gene frequency of a population.
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So there is no evolution pressure from the male side to sieve out those mutations that are just harmful to male, and the unaffected females will continue to pass on those mutations to their sons.
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