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Sex Ratio In A Stepping-stone Population With Sex-specific Dispersal.

P. Taylor
Published 1994 · Biology, Medicine

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The theoretical hypothesis that the sex-ratio should be biased towards the sex with the wider and/or more even dispersal pattern is tested and confirmed with an inclusive fitness model in a one-dimensional diploid stepping-stone population in which offspring can remain on their home site or disperse one site to the right or left. Two models are examined, dispersal of both sexes before mating and male dispersal before mating followed by dispersal of mated females.



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