The Evolution of Social Behaviour in Insects and Arachnids

The Evolution of Social Behaviour in Insects and Arachnids

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Comprehensive and unbeatable guide to the evolution of cooperation in insects and arachnids.Females or males or both sexes may contribute to offspring either before ( Thornhill 1976) or after the onset of ... their investment could limit female reproduction, causing females to compete for mates and thereby induce a reversal of reproductive roles in courtship. ... Maynard Smith (1977) developed a game-theory model, which evaluates the relative costs and benefits of care for each sex. ... was disputed by Dawkins and Carlisle (1976) who labeled this concept a#39;the Concorde fallacya#39;.


Title:The Evolution of Social Behaviour in Insects and Arachnids
Author: Jae C. Choe, Bernard J. Crespi
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1997-03-27
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