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Male–male Competition


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Male–male Competition

Male-Male Competition

Evolutionary Perspectives on Male-Male Competition, Violence, and Homicide

Selection on male physical performance during male–male competition and female choice

Sequential male mate choice under sperm competition risk

Male survival patterns do not depend on male allocation to sexual competition in large herbivores

Condition-dependent resource value affects male–male competition in the blue–black grassquit

Male competition strategies change when information concerning female receptivity is available

Female Strategies: Male Influences on Females' Competition, Cooperation, and Grouping

Sexual Selection on Male Morphology Independent of Male-Male Competition in the Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae)

Selective Advantage for IiiM Males over YM Males in Cage Competition, Mating Competition, and Pupal Emergence in Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae)

Does Access to Females or Competition among Males Limit Male Home-Range Size in a Promiscuous Rodent?

The kinds of traits involved in male—male competition: a comparison of plumage, behavior, and body size in quail

Temperature affects operational sex ratio and intensity of male-male competition: an experimental study of sand gobies, Pomatoschistus minutus

Females decide whether size matters: plastic mate preferences tuned to the intensity of male–male competition

Role of male-male competition and female choice in the development of breeding coloration in pupfish (Cyprinodon pecosensis)

The evolutionary loss of a badge of status alters male competition in three-spine stickleback

Personality affects mate choice: bolder males show stronger audience effects under high competition

Can males detect the strength of sperm competition and presence of genital plugs during mate choice?

 

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Evolution arising from sexual selection may be defined as changes in population gene frequencies that result from selection on traits influencing mating success or, ultimately, fertilization success of the individual. ...

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