Modelling the evolution and consequences of mate choice

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Tazzyman, S. J. (2010)
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This thesis considers the evolution and the consequences of mate choice across a variety of taxa, using game theoretic, population genetic, and quantitative genetic modelling techniques. Part I is about the evolution of mate choice. In chapter 2, a population gene... View more
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