MALE AND FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE ROLES IN THE CONTEXT OF LIFE HISTORY AND NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY.Tigreros, Natasha.
Abstract: Charles Darwin characterized sex roles as males pursuing and competing to gain females attention, and females acting coy and choosy in selecting their mates. Since then, the idea of "typical sex roles" has been a cornerstone for much of sexual selection theory. However, the last forty years have seen numerous studies showing that females in many species actively solicit multiple matings,... read more
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