6 edition of Mating Systems and Strategies (Monographs in Behavior and Ecology) found in the catalog.
May 6, 2003
by Princeton University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||520|
Biology Spring Georgia Tech Linda Green. 1. Introduction. Evidence from anthropological and ethological studies suggests that there is much heterogeneity in sexual behaviour of humans and animals [1–4], both in rates of sexual activity and in patterns of sexual nous and polyandrous mating systems are particular examples, where one sex tends to have a much higher variance in partner acquisition rate compared with the.
Conclusive evidence for alternative strategies is less common in the literature. In the ruff, independent and satellite mating tactics appear to be controlled by a single gene with two alternative alleles—one allele giving rise to the independent tactic and the other allele giving rise to the satellite tactic .It remains unclear, however, whether the two strategies have equal fitness . Pluralistic evolutionary theories of human mating argue that Darwinian sexual selection favored strategies that offered flexibility in response to a .
Mating systems and parental care vary tremendously from species to species. Every species differs in how it protects its young from predators and provides its young with food, if it does so at all. The physical environment as well as behavioral dynamics in intraspecies relationships all influence parental care. Often the mating system, which. Books, arts and culture to the amount of promiscuity found in a species’s mating system. Although there is some overlap between the two strategies.
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Shuster and Wade provide a comprehensive review of the most up to date science regarding sexual selection and mating strategies. This is an advanced book, and may be a bit heavy for readers new to sexual selection, but I would say it is a must read for graduate students and professional scientists interested in evolutionary by: The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Mating Systems and Strategies by Stephen M.
Shuster, Michael J. Wade | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Bn-logo_x Mating Systems and Strategies Stephen M. Shuster and Michael J. Wade This book presents the first unified conceptual and statistical framework for understanding the evolution of reproductive strategies.
About this book. Mating Systems and Strategies presents the first unified conceptual and statistical framework for understanding the evolution of reproductive strategies.
Using the concept of the opportunity for sexual selection, the authors illustrate how and why sexual selection, though restricted to one sex and opposed in the other, is one of the strongest and fastest of all evolutionary forces.
Mating systems and strategies. [Stephen M Shuster; Michael John Wade] -- "This book presents the first unified conceptual and statistical framework for understanding the evolution of reproductive strategies.
the strategy employed in obtaining mates, is modeled by the selective pressures associated with reproduction through sperm versus reproduction through eggs. mating systems and strategies Download mating systems and strategies or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get mating systems and strategies book now.
This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Mating Systems And Strategies. The Evolution of Insect Mating Systems Edited by David Shuker and Leigh Simmons Integrates across taxa and sub-disciplines of biological research to produce a text that will motivate research in this rapidly developing area and bring insect mating strategies to a wider audience interested in the evolution of behaviour more generally.
As a result, their books goes well beyond a review and synthesis of tghe literature of insect behavior The Evolution of Insect Mating Systems will make its mark as one of the more important contributions to behavioral ecology, evolutionary theory, and entomology."-ScienceReviews: 2.
As culture increasingly affects human mating choices, ascertaining what is the 'natural' mating system of the human animal from a zoological perspective becomes increasingly difficult.
Some clues can be taken from human anatomy, which is essentially unchanged from the prehistoric past. Informed by genetics, this is a comprehensive and rigorous new approach to explaining mating systems and strategies that will influence a wide swath of evolutionary biology.
Preview this book 5/5(1). Sperm Competition and the Evolution of Animal Mating Systems describes the role of sperm competition in selection on a range of attributes from gamete morphology to species mating systems. This book is organized into 19 chapters and begins with the conceptualization of sperm competition as a subset of sexual selection and its implications for.
The Evolution of Insect Mating Systems by Thornhill and Alcock was one of the key texts that helped define modern behavioural ecology.
Human intelligence is sexually attractive, and strongly predicts the success of sexual relationships, but the behavioral sciences have usually ignored the interface between intelligence and mating. This is the first serious scholarly effort to explore that interface, by examining both universal and individual differences in human mating intelligence/5(3).
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Buss. Based on one of the biggest ever cross cultural studies, this book explores why we. 'This book provides an up-to-date and important contribution on monogamy in birds, humans and other mammals.
this is an excellent and very informative book which will be of use to anyone interested in mating systems and mating strategies. It highlights the many as yet unresolved questions concerning the evolution of monogamy and should. A focus of this book is the evolution of alternative mating strategies, and the authors provide direction on how these strategies can be used to measure sexual selection.
Thornhill, R., and J. Alcock. The evolution of insect mating systems. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press. Sperm Competition and the Evolution of Animal Mating Systems describes the role of sperm competition in selection on a range of attributes from gamete morphology to species mating systems.
This book is organized into 19 chapters and begins with the conceptualization of sperm competition as a subset of sexual selection and its implications for the insects. The following chapter describes.
Animal Lives The details of animal mating behaviour, in the form of human looking characters. Buy the book. Check out the 20 pages below. The book contains 33 animals + an illustrated index. The term mating system captures the broad sweep of reproductive biology, including the nature of the gametes, location of mates, strategies for ensuring the correct choice of a mate, patterns of male–female pairings, and behavioral strategies for individuals to attain .Isopods show a wide range in mating systems.
Mate guarding by males before copulation occurs commonly in most free-living taxa, with the notable exception of the terrestrial Oniscidea. Such guarding prior to copulation is interpreted as a male mate monopolization strategy, evolved as a response to short female receptivity to copulation.
Males are able to assess female maturity and to adjust.In book: Orangutans: Geographic Variation in Behavioral Ecology and Conservation, Publisher: Oxford University Press, pp genetic mating system, with limited incidence of extra-pair.