Temperature-dependent resolution of conflict over rank within a size-based dominance hierarchy

@inproceedings{Matthews2015TemperaturedependentRO,
  title={Temperature-dependent resolution of conflict over rank within a size-based dominance hierarchy},
  author={Samuel A Matthews and Marian Y. L. Wong},
  year={2015}
}
In social groups, hierarchies are the fundamental organizational unit and integral to the structure of social groups. For many social fishes, rank is determined by body size and conflict over rank is resolved via aggressive threats from dominants and growth restraint by subordinates. However, this balance may be offset by an alteration of abiotic factors, such as elevated temperature expected from climate change, which could thereby disrupt the usual mechanisms of conflict resolution. Here, we… CONTINUE READING
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Temperature - dependent resolution of conflict over rank within a size - based dominance hierarchy

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Temperature - dependent resolution of conflict over rank within a size - based dominance hierarchy

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