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A GENERAL THEORY OF CLUTCH SIZE
  • M. Cody
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 June 1966
It is possible to think of organisms as having a certain limited amount of time or energy available for expenditure, and of natural selection as that force which oper- ates in the allocation of thisExpand
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Modeling Nature: Episodes in the History of Population Ecology
tant in both the message and meaning of communication, and it is not clear to what extent the manipulation viewpoint can be extended to communication as a whole. Smith discusses the relationshipExpand
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A new island biogeography of the sea of Cortés
Preface Contributors PART I: THE PHYSICAL SCENE 1. A History of Scientific Exploration in the Sea of Cortd'es 2. The Geology and Ages of the Islands 3. Physical Oceanography PART II: THE BIOLOGICALExpand
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On the Relation between Habitat Selection and Species Diversity
Breeding bird censuses were made in Puerto Rico, Panama, and temperate United States, and a profile of foliage density was made for each. Using information theory formulae both diversity indices andExpand
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Habitat Selection in Birds: The Roles of Vegetation Structure, Competitors, and Productivity
Ecologists have been interested in the factors that affect habitat selection in birds for centuries, especially those that segregate taxonomically and ecologically related species. In the 18thExpand
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Ecology and Evolution of Communities
Introduction Martin L. Cody and Jared M. Diamond Bibliography of Robert MacArthur I. The Evolution of Species Abundance and Diversity 1. Evolution in Communities Near Equilibrium Richard Levins 2.Expand
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SHORT-TERM EVOLUTION OF REDUCED DISPERSAL IN ISLAND PLANT POPULATIONS
1 Dramatic reductions in dispersal potential are characteristic of many diverse taxa, both plants and animals, on oceanic islands. This paper documents the same trend of reduced dispersal abilityExpand
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Convergent Characteristics in Sympatric Species: A Possible Relation to Interspecific Competition and Aggression
FRONTISPIECE. Some members of two evolutionary lines of woodpeckers between which pairs or larger groups of species are convergently similar in appearance. To the right of the midline are theExpand
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Towards a theory of continental species diversities
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Habitat Selection in Birds.
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