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2006, Fish physiology, ISBN 9780123504487, Volume 24, xviii, 480
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Biological Reviews, ISSN 1464-7931, 05/2011, Volume 86, Issue 2, p. 511
The conundrum of why subordinate individuals assist dominants at the expense of their own direct reproduction has received much theoretical and empirical... 
Animal reproduction | Animal behavior | Fish | Models | Biology | Evolution & development
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 05/2019, Volume 151, pp. 177 - 184
Many animals use visual signals to indicate their aggressive intentions. While much research has focused on these signals as predictors of an individual's... 
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by Abbot, Patrick and Abe, Jun and Alcock, John and Alizon, Samuel and Alpeinha, Joao A. C and Andersson, Malte and Ane, Jean-Baptiste and van Baalen, Minus and Balloux, Francois and Balshine, Sigal and Barton, Nick and Beukeboom, Leo W and Biernaskie, Jay M and Bilde, Trine and Borgia, Gerald and Breed, Michael and Brown, Sam and Bshary, Redouan and Buckling, Angus and Burley, Nancy T and Burton-Chellew, Max N and Cant, Michael A and Chapuisat, Michel and Charnov, Eric L and Clutton-Brock, Tim and Cockburn, Anew and Cole, Blaine J and Colegrave, Nick and Cosmides, Leda and Couzin, Iain D and Coyne, Jerry A and Creel, Scott and Crespi, Bernard and Curry, Robert L and Dall, Sasha R. X and Day, Troy and Dickinson, Janis L and Dugatkin, Lee Alan and El Mouden, Claire and Emlen, Stephen T and Evans, Jay and Ferriere, Regis and Field, Jeremy and Foitzik, Susanne and Foster, Kevin and Foster, William A and Fox, Charles W and Gadau, Juergen and Gandon, Sylvain and Gardner, Andy and Gardner, Michael G and Getty, Thomas and Goodisman, Michael A. D and Grafen, Alan and Grosberg, Rick and Grozinger, Christina M and Gouyon, Pierre-Henri and Gwynne, Darryl and Harvey, Paul H and Hatchwell, Ben J and Heinze, Juergen and Helantera, Heikki and Helms, Ken R and Hill, Kim and Jiricny, Natalie and Johnstone, Rufus A and Kacelnik, Alex and Kiers, E. Toby and Kokko, Hanna and Komdeur, Jan and Korb, Judith and Kronauer, Daniel and Kuemmerli, Rolf and Lehmann, Laurent and Linksvayer, Timothy A and Lion, Sebastien and Lyon, Bruce and Marshall, James A. R and McElreath, Richard and Michalakis, Yannis and Michod, Richard E and Mock, Douglas and Monnin, Thibaud and Montgomerie, Robert and Moore, Allen J and Mueller, Ulrich G and Noe, Ronald and Okasha, Samir and Pamilo, Pekka and Parker, Geoff A and Pedersen, Jes S and Pen, Ido and Pfennig, David and Queller, David C and Rankin, Daniel J and Reece, Sarah E and Reeve, Hudson K and Reuter, Max and Roberts, Gilbert and Robson, Simon K. A and ...
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 03/2011, Volume 471, Issue 7339, pp. E1 - E4
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Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, ISSN 0706-652X, 2019, Volume 76, Issue 9, pp. 1562 - 1570
Alternative reproductive tactics (ARTs) can generate considerable within-species life history variation but are often overlooked. Here, we use the invasive... 
MOTTLED SCULPIN | PARENTAL CARE | FISHERIES | MANAGEMENT | DIET | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | GROWTH | FISH | LAKE-MICHIGAN | NEOGOBIUS-MELANOSTOMUS | AGE | STRATEGIES | Usage | Fishes | Analysis | Athletic shoes | Tactics | Life history | Introduced species | Populations | Trophic levels | Breeding | Males | Studies | Animal reproduction | Reproduction | Invasive species | Diet | Lakes | Fish | Questions | Variation | Niches
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Hydrobiologia, ISSN 0018-8158, 4/2015, Volume 748, Issue 1, pp. 87 - 97
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