Intersexual Interactions in Heterogeneous Regimes: Potential Effects of Antagonistic Coevolution in Primate Groups
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If individuals differ genetically and in their initial investments in reproduction, genetic conflicts of interest may favor responses (e.g., male coercion of females; cryptic female choice) to optimize an individual’s tradeoff of costs and benefits (to genotype and/or phenotype) relative to given abiotic or biotic (including social) conditions.
KeywordsSexual Selection Japanese Macaque Multiple Mating Homosexual Behavior Female Dominance
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