COURTIOL Alexandre

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  • Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany
  • Adaptation, Behavior & Social Evolution, Evolutionary Ecology, Life History
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2019-06-06
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Multi-model inference of non-random mating from an information theoretic approach
Antonio Carvajal-RodrĂ­guez
10.1101/305730

Recommended by Sara Magalhaes and Alexandre Courtiol based on reviews by Alexandre Courtiol and 2 anonymous reviewers
Tell me who you mate with, I’ll tell you what’s going on

The study of sexual selection goes as far as Darwin himself. Since then, elaborate theories concerning both intra- and inter-sexual sexual have been developed, and elegant experiments have been designed to test this body of theory. It may thus come as a surprise that the community is still debating on the correct way to measure simple components of sexual selection, such as the Bateman gradient (i.e., the covariance between the number of matings and the number of offspring)[1,2], or to quantify ...

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2019-06-06
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Multi-model inference of non-random mating from an information theoretic approach
Antonio Carvajal-RodrĂ­guez
10.1101/305730

Recommended by Sara Magalhaes and Alexandre Courtiol based on reviews by Alexandre Courtiol and 2 anonymous reviewers
Tell me who you mate with, I’ll tell you what’s going on

The study of sexual selection goes as far as Darwin himself. Since then, elaborate theories concerning both intra- and inter-sexual sexual have been developed, and elegant experiments have been designed to test this body of theory. It may thus come as a surprise that the community is still debating on the correct way to measure simple components of sexual selection, such as the Bateman gradient (i.e., the covariance between the number of matings and the number of offspring)[1,2], or to quantify ...

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