Female choice , conflict between the sexes and the evolution of male alternative reproductive behaviours

@inproceedings{Alonzo1999FemaleC,
  title={Female choice , conflict between the sexes and the evolution of male alternative reproductive behaviours},
  author={Suzanne H. Alonzo and S. Henson and Robert R. Warner},
  year={1999}
}
The importance of conflict between the sexes has recently been recognized as a driving force in the evolution of mating systems and reproductive behaviour. Past theory on the evolution of alternative reproductive strategies focused primarily on interactions within a single sex. These interactions can generate frequencyand condition-dependent fitness, which maintain the stable co-existence of alternative reproductive behaviours. We argue that interactions between the sexes (such as female choice… CONTINUE READING
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