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“…Recent observations of similar genes and pathways found to be affected by positive selection, both, in very long- and short-lived species led to hypotheses of antiparallel evolution acting on these entities [56, 57]. This means that functionally opposite selection pressures with regard to the tradeoff between fast growth and a long lifespan can result in adaptations of the same genes and pathways – in opposite functional directions.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recent observations of similar genes and pathways found to be affected by positive selection, both, in very long- and short-lived species led to hypotheses of antiparallel evolution acting on these entities [56, 57]. This means that functionally opposite selection pressures with regard to the tradeoff between fast growth and a long lifespan can result in adaptations of the same genes and pathways – in opposite functional directions.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, mitochondrial translation was one of the mitochondrial biogenesis processes that were found to be enriched for PSGs in extremely short-lived killifishes (15). Recent observations of similar genes and pathways found to be affected by positive selection, both, in very long- and short-lived species led to hypotheses of antiparallel evolution (43, 44). This means that functionally opposite selection pressures with regard to the tradeoff between fast growth and a long lifespan can result in adaptations of the same genes and pathways – in opposite functional directions.…”
Section: Analysis Of Positive Selectionmentioning
confidence: 99%