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

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Cluttonbrock TH (1986) Sex ratio variation in birds. Ibis 128: 317-329.

Cluttonbrock TH and lason GR (1986) Sex ratio variation in mammals. Quarterly Review of Biology. 61: 339-374.

Davis DL, Gottlieb, and Stampnitzky JR (1998) Reduced ratio of male to female births in several industrial countries: A sentinel health indicator? Journal of the American Medical Association 279: 1018-1023.

Dawson TE and Ehleringer JR (1993) Gender-specific physiology, carbon isotope discrimination, and habitat distribution in boxelder, Acer negundo. Ecology 74: 798-815.

De Jong TJ and Klinkhamer PGL (2002) Sex ratio in dioecious plants. In: Hardy ICW (ed.) Sex Ratios - Concepts and Research Methods, pp. 349-364. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ellegren H, Gustafsson L, and Sheldon BC (1996) Sex ratio adjustment in relation to paternal attractiveness in a wild bird population. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93: 11723-11728.

Fisher RA (1930) The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Freeman DC, Harper KT, and Charnov EL (1980) Sex change in plants: Old and new observations and new hypotheses. Oecologia 47: 222-232.

Freeman DC, Mcarthur ED, Harper KT, and Blauer AC (1981) Influence of environment on the flora sex ratio of monoecious plants. Evolution 35: 194-197.

Geber MA, Dawson TE, and Delph LF (eds.) (1999) Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants. Berlin: Springer.

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Herre EA (1985) Sex ratio adjustment in fig wasps. Science 228: 896-898.

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