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comparison between species
Primate social organisation
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adaptive altruism animals anisogamy Assessment attract average bees body weight breeding brood burrow chance Chapter 1 Natural clutch Co-operation coefficient of relatedness colony competition competitors constraints contests copulation costs and benefits courtship Dawkins defending resources diet digger wasps dispersal display dungfly ecological eggs eusociality evolution evolutionary evolved example favoured feeding fertilisation fighting fish flock flowers foraging frequency frequency dependent selection gametes genes genetic habitat Hawk helpers hypothesis inclusive fitness increase individuals kin selection larger Living in groups male and female mammals mating system maximise Maynard Smith mixed ESS monogamous natural selection nectar nest offspring pair parental patches pay-offs polygyny population predators predict prey primates problem produce queen rear relatedness relatives reproductive success satellites Selection and Behaviour sex ratio Sexual conflict sexual selection siblings signals sisters social insects social organisation sperm survival territory traits wasps weaver birds workers young zygote