An inclusive fitness model for the evolutionary advantage of sibmating

@article{Taylor2005AnIF,
  title={An inclusive fitness model for the evolutionary advantage of sibmating},
  author={Peter D. Taylor and Wayne M. Getz},
  journal={Evolutionary Ecology},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={61-69}
}
We construct an inclusive fitness model of the relative selective advantage of sibmating and outbreeding behaviour, under the assumption that inbred offspring pay a fitness penalty. We are particularly interested in the question of whether such inbreeding depression is enough to generate a stable phenotypic polymorphism, with both kinds of breeding observed. The model predicts that, under diploidy, such a polymorphism is never found, but under haplodiploidy, it exists for a narrow range of… CONTINUE READING

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