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Relatedness and inclusive fitness with inbreeding


, : Relatedness and inclusive fitness with inbreeding. Theoretical Population Biology 42(3): 284-307

Relatedness arising in kin selection theory is measured by a variable taking as values two pedigree indices in populations with inbreeding when selection is weak. This variable reduces to a single pedigree index when inbreeding is caused by partial selfing or partial sib-mating. General inclusive fitness formulations of kin selection models based on such a variable of relatedness are proposed.

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Accession: 002477471

PMID: 1485274

DOI: 10.1016/0040-5809(92)90016-m

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