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life history strategies


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life history strategies

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A metabolic approach to dormancy in pelagic copepods helps explaining inter- and intra-specific variability in life-history strategies

 

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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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