Sex allocation based on relative and absolute condition.

@article{Schwanz2010SexAB,
  title={Sex allocation based on relative and absolute condition.},
  author={Lisa E Schwanz and Fredric J Janzen and Stephen R. Proulx},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2010},
  volume={64 5},
  pages={1331-45}
}
Traditional models predict that organisms should allocate to sex based on their condition relative to the condition of their competitors, tracking shifts in mean condition in fluctuating environments, and maintaining an equilibrium sex ratio. In contrast, when individuals are constrained to define their condition absolutely, environmental fluctuations induce fluctuating sex ratios and the evolutionary loss of condition-dependent sex allocation in short-lived organisms. Here, we present a… CONTINUE READING

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