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12 Genes that promote sexual conflict, such as those with a sex-limited fitness benefit, are expected to 13 accumulate differentially on sex chromosomes relative to autosomes. Few tests of this hypothesis exist 14 for male homogametic (ZZ) taxa, however, and most use RNA expression data to identify such genes. 15 Here, we employ a different identification method by using proteomic analysis of sperm cells to identify 16 genes with a sex-limited benefit. We tested for a bias in genomic locationdoi:10.1139/gen-2017-0068 pmid:28961403 fatcat:gruyzqsr7fhylbuiaz5a4whqmy