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life history strategies


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life history strategies

life history strategies

Life-History Strategies of Ungulates

Female Reproductive Strategies: Individual Life Histories

Intimate Partner Violence and Life History Strategy

Density Dependence and Life-History Strategies of Ungulates

A comparative approach to life-history strategies and tactics among four orders of teleost fish

Life-history strategies of calanoid congeners under two different climate regimes: a comparison

The Development of Life History Strategies: Toward a Multi-Stage Theory

Genetic Variation in Photoperiodism in Peromyscus leucopus: Geographic Variation in an Alternative Life-History Strategy

Host life-history strategies and the evolution of chick-killing by brood parasitic offspring

Life-history strategies of North American elk: trade-offs associated with reproduction and survival

The Development of Human Reproductive Strategies: Toward an Integration of Life History and Sexual Selection Models

Life history strategies of Calanus sinicus in the southern Yellow Sea in summer

Life history strategies of aspen (Populus tremula L.) and browsing effects: a literature review

Robustness of Ancestral State Estimates: Evolution of Life History Strategy in Ichneumonoid Parasitoids

Do arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with contrasting life-history strategies differ in their responses to repeated defoliation?

Variable host quality, life-history invariants, and the reproductive strategy of a parasitoid wasp that produces single sex clutches

 

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Evolutionary adaptations in a biological lineage involving the timing of reproduction, fecundity, longevity, etc. A grasshopper using its resources to make hundreds of fertilized eggs, each with a low probability of survival, represents a life history strategy different from a bird which uses its resources to produce a few offspring, each with a much greater chance of surviving.

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