Behavioural ecology: ecological consequences of adaptive behaviour : the 25th Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Reading, 1984

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Blackwell Scientific, 1985 - Nature - 620 pages
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Contents

Jersey
33
Intrademic group selection and the sex ratio
59
Sussex Palmer Brighton Sussex
75
A general theory of lifehistory variation
91
Information nongenetic constraints and the testing
99
a review of habitat
105
Regulation of seabird populations
145
Learning to exploit patchily distributed food
189
Territory size reproductive success and population dynamics
353
Dominance and aggression in juvenile great tits Parus major
375
Evidence for random mating in the great tit Parus major L t
381
Winter survival home ranges and feeding of firstyear
387
Sexual selection of population dynamics in aquatic crustacea
409
Oviposition ovicide and larval competition in granivorous insects
423
Reproductive strategies and population ecology of insect
449
The evolution of cooperation and life history in the dunnock
471

Intraspecific feeding specializations and population dynamics
207
Invertebrate behaviour and the structure of marine benthic
227
What does a shrew do in an energy crisis??
247
Distribution of unequal competitors
255
Adaptive value of spacing behaviour in population cycles of
275
Do changes in spacing Ijehaviour drive population cycles
295
Experimental analysis of spacing behaviour in the vole
313
Ranging behaviour and population dynamics in grey squirrels
319
The role of migration in the population dynamics of birds
331
Differences in the breeding performance of individual kittiwake
489
Population consequences of social structure
507
empires and enclaves
521
causes
537
Competition and population regulation in social mammals
557
towards
577
Author Index
593
Subject Index
609
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