A REVISION OF LACK'S BROOD REDUCTION HYPOTHESIS

@inproceedings{Pijanowski1992ARO,
  title={A REVISION OF LACK'S BROOD REDUCTION HYPOTHESIS},
  author={Bryan C. Pijanowski},
  year={1992}
}
A recent review by T. Amundsen and J. N. Stokland showed that, when food was plentiful, last-hatched nestlings of asynchronously hatched broods died more frequently than their nestmates or nestlings in synchronously hatched broods. They argued that if last-hatched nestlings die as a consequence of hatching asynchrony, then brood reduction must be maladaptive. I construct a model similar to a model by D. M. Temme and E. Charnov. In my model, asynchronously hatched broods experience reduced… CONTINUE READING

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