This, in turn, fosters male mating advantage via social monogamy, because selection sometimes favors females who trade sexual and social access for protection from male aggression. Here, we demonstrate that variation in the intensity of male harassment leads to drastic changes in female daily mating patterns. This article was originally published in. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology members Sign in via society site. Don't already have an Oxford Academic account? References References March · Heredity.
The CODE hypothesis for social monogamy predicts variation in extrapair paternity from preferred mates, variation in male reproductive success, and variation among females' post-insemination resistance mechanisms as functions of variation among females' vulnerabilities ecological and intrinsic to aggressive copulation.
Pre-and post-copulatory sexual selection in the fowl, Gallus gallus
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