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Charnov EL (2002) Reproductive effort, offspring size and benefit-cost ratios in the classification of life histories. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4: 749-758.

Cichori M (2001) Diversity of age-specific reproductive rates may result from ageing and optimal resource allocation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14: 180-185.

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