Exploring the Consequences of Postmating-Prezygotic Interactions between the Sexes
The role of male-female interactions in the divergence of postmating-prezygotic reproductive traits has recently focused on sexual conflict as the selective force. While an association between mating costs and benefits suggests that antagonistic interactions may be important, a mosaic of processes m...
|Published in:||Proceedings: Biological Sciences, Vol. 271 (2004), p. S357-S359|
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