Edited By: Anne Rasa, Christian Vogel and Eckart Voland
300 pages, Figs, tabs
Reproduction is the key phenomenon of evolution. Many animals compete for reproductive success as a means of maximising inclusive fitness, whereas there are many that adopt altruistic behaviour ie: postponing or foregoing their own reproduction for the good of the species. This text presents the results of modern studies of these issues in animals and humans.
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