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The rare-male effect: what is its evolutionary significance?






Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences, 319: 525-539 No. 1196

The rare-male effect: what is its evolutionary significance?

A review. Negatively frequency-dependent mating success, i.e. the rare effect (RME), has been reported from many laboratory experiments, particularly with Drosophila spp.

Accession: 001982687

PMID: 2905490

DOI: 10.1098/rstb.1988.0063

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