Further Reading

Ahnesjo I, Kvarnemo C, and Merilaita S (2001) Using potential reproductive rates to predict mating competition among individuals qualified to mate. Behavioral Ecology 12: 397-401.

Bateman AJ (1948) Intra-sexual selection in Drosophila. Heredity 2: 349-368.

Charnov EL (1982) The Theory of Sex Allocation. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Cheverud JM and Moore AJ (1998) Quantitative genetics and the role of the environment provided by relatives in behavioral evolution. In: Boake CRB (ed.) Quantitative Genetic Studies of Behavioral Evolution, pp. 67-100. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Clutton-Brock TH and Vincent ACJ (1991) Sexual selection and the potential reproductive rates of males and females. Nature 351: 58-60.

Crow JF (1958) Some possibilities for measuring selection intensities in man. Human Biology 30: 1-13.

Darwin CR (1874) The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, 2nd edn. New York: Rand, McNally and Co.

Emlen ST and Oring LW (1977) Ecology, sexual selection, and the evolution of mating systems. Science 197: 215-223.

Reynolds JD (1996) Animal breeding systems. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 68-72.

Shuster SM and Wade MJ (2003) Mating Systems and Alternative Mating Strategies. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Trivers RL (1972) Parental investment and sexual selection. In: Campbell B (ed.) Sexual Selection and the Descent of Man, pp. 136-179. Chicago, IL: Aldine Press.

Wade MJ (1979) Sexual selection and variance in reproductive success. American Naturalist 114: 742-764.

Wade MJ and Shuster SM (2002) The evolution of parental care in the context of sexual selection: A critical reassessment of parental investment theory. American Naturalist 160: 285-292.

Wade MJ and Shuster SM (2005) Don't throw Bateman out with the bathwater! Integrative and Comparative Biology 45: 261-268.

Williams GC (1966) Adaptation and Natural Selection. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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