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Academic & Professional Books  Evolutionary Biology  Evolution

Evolution and Diversity of Sex Ratio in Haplodiploid Insects and Mites

Edited By: DL Wrensch and MA Ebbert
648 pages, Illus.
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Evolution and Diversity of Sex Ratio in Haplodiploid Insects and Mites
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  • Evolution and Diversity of Sex Ratio in Haplodiploid Insects and Mites ISBN: 9780412022210 Paperback Dec 1992 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

Drawing on new empirical studies, this volume reviews the role of sex ratio (the proportion of a progeny that is female) in haplodiploid organisms in relation to evolutionary theory.

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Phylogenetic perspectives on genetic systems and reproductive modes of mites. Pattern of reproduction in insects. Evolutionary flexibility through haploid males or how chance favours the prepared genome. Endosymbiotic sex ratio distorters in insects and mites. Evolution of sex determination and sex ratio within the mite cohort tarsonemina. Sex allocation ratio selection in thysanoptera. Ecology and evolution of biased sex ratios in bank and ambroisa beetles. Evolution of sex ratio in aphids. Sex allocation in social insects: problems in prediction and estimation. Male parentage and sexual deception in the social hymenoptera. Sex ratio and virginity in haplodiploid insects. Sex ratio manipulation by parasitoid wasps. Sex determination and sex ratio patterns in parasitic hymenoptera. Sex ratio evolution in parasitic wasps. Sex allocation and pseudo-arrhenotoky in phytoseiid mites. Quantitative genetics applied to haplodiploid insects and mites.

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Edited By: DL Wrensch and MA Ebbert
648 pages, Illus.
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
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