Sex differences in survival selection in the serin, Serinus serinus

@inproceedings{Bjrklund2001SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in survival selection in the serin, Serinus serinus},
  author={Mats Bj{\"o}rklund and Juan Carlos Senar},
  year={2001}
}
Natural selection is demonstrated in most natural populations which suggests that populations are dispatched from their adaptive peaks as a result of selection on correlated characters, or conflicting selection between the sexes. We analysed patterns of survival selection in a population of serins (Serinus serinus) outside Barcelona over a period of 13 years. There was directional selection for increased wing length in males and females accompanied by strong disruptive selection on both tail… CONTINUE READING
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