Adaptive sex allocation in anticipation of changes in offspring mating opportunities
Sex allocation theory explains why most species produce equal numbers of sons and daughters, and highlights situations that select for deviation from this norm. Past research has, however, heavily focused on situations with discrete generations. When temp
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