Selection among Groups
What Is Group Selection?
group selection n.
Show all results sharing this subject:
1 A method of tree harvesting in which patches of selected trees are cut in order to create a mosaic of openings in the forest canopy and to encourage the growth of uneven‐aged stands.
2 A theory which explains altruistic behaviour in individuals in terms of benefits for the group.
A Dictionary of Environment and Conservation »
See all related items in Oxford Index »
Search for the text `group selection' anywhere in Oxford Index »
Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please,
or login to access all content.
Forgot your password?