Cooperation within and among species

@article{Sachs2006CooperationWA,
  title={Cooperation within and among species},
  author={Joel L. Sachs},
  journal={Journal of Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={19}
}
  • Joel L. Sachs
  • Published 2006
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Evolutionary Biology
  • Cooperation models are often idiosyncratic, and a recent objective has been to connect these models into a framework in which different forms of cooperation can be compared (Queller, 1985; Connor, 1995; Dugatkin, 1997; Frank, 2003; Sachs et al., 2004). Lehmann & Keller (2006) (hereafter ‘LK Brown, 1983; Connor, 1995; Sachs et al., 2004) and reciprocity (Trivers, 1971; Axelrod & Hamilton, 1981; Bull & Rice, 1991; Sachs et al., 2004) that parallel mutualism theory. By-products and reciprocity can… CONTINUE READING
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