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The Soup in My Fly: Evolution, Form and Function of Seminal Fluid Proteins

By Tracey Chapman

Abstract

The seminal fluid of males is a complex mixture of biologically potent molecules that shows high evolutionary lability

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Publisher: Public Library of Science
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