Perspective: Chase-away Sexual Selection: Antagonistic Seduction versus Resistance.

  title={Perspective: Chase-away Sexual Selection: Antagonistic Seduction versus Resistance.},
  author={Brett Holland and William R. Rice},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  volume={52 1},
A model of sexual selection that leads to the evolution of exaggerated male display characters that is based on antagonistic coevolution between the sexes is described. The model is motivated by three lines of research: intersexual conflict with respect to mating, sensory exploitation, and the evolution of female resistance, as opposed to preference, for male display traits. The model generates unique predictions that permit its operation to be distinguished from other established models of… CONTINUE READING
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