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Ploidy and evolution by sexual selection: a comparison of haploid and diploid female choice models near fixation equilibria


, : Ploidy and evolution by sexual selection: a comparison of haploid and diploid female choice models near fixation equilibria. Evolution, 444: 757-770

The stabilities of haploid and diploid models of Fisherian sexual selection (with the contribution limited to spermatozoa) were compared by examining both models at equilibria for which a trait is fixed or absent.

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DOI: 10.2307/2409544

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