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Data from: Losing reduces maximum bite performance in house cricket contests
负责人:
Simon Lailvaux
关键词:
whole-organism performance male combat bite force
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.n4m62
摘要:
Whole-organism performance capacities influence male combat outcomes in many animal species. However, several species also exhibit winner and loser
Data from: Is diversification in male reproductive traits driven by evolutionary trade-offs between weapons and nuptial gifts?
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关键词:
allometry resource allocation sexual dimorphism sexual selection body plan
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.4bd12
摘要:
Many male animals have evolved exaggerated traits that they use in combat with rival males to gain access to females and secure thei
Data from: Chameleons communicate with complex colour changes during contests: different body regions convey different information
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关键词:
Combat Agonistic signaling Communication Colour signals Physiological colour change Chameleons
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.8jp03
摘要:
ng specific contest stages, with lateral displays from a distance followed by directed, head-on approaches prior to combat, suggesting that different
Data from: Resource availability and sexual size dimorphism: differential effects of prey abundance on the growth rates of tropical snakes
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关键词:
Tropidonophis mairii;predator-prey;canalization;Plasticity;Stegonotus cucullatus;anuran;Fecundity
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.8c30j
摘要:
cks (Tropidonophis mairii), a species in which larger size enhances reproductive output in females more than males (reflecting a lack of male-male combat), increased
Data from: Architecture of the sperm whale forehead facilitates ramming combat
负责人:
Olga Panagiotopoulou
关键词:
sperm whales ramming combat head-butting finite element analysis probabilistic simulation spermaceti organ junk
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.81rp6
摘要:
as a massive battering ram during male-male competition.
Data from: Parental effects of male alternative reproductive tactics (ARTs) on ARTs of haploid sons
负责人:
Schausberger, Peter
关键词:
alternative reproductive tactics mating haplodiploid mite parental effect maternal effect
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.184gk80
摘要:
, fighting and sneaking, and apparent in male-male combat and pre-copulatory guarding behavior. Due to haplodiploidy, male ARTs can only exert
Data from: The hidden cost of sexually selected traits: the metabolic expense of maintaining a sexually selected weapon
负责人:
Somjee, Ummat S.
关键词:
Sexually selected weapons Honest singalling Positive allometry Energy budget Resting metabolic rate Hypermetric scaling
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.757v3h2
摘要:
in male-male combat, and yet can shed them readily, without regeneration, upon entrapment. We found that metabolic rate decreased by an average of 23
Onthophagus taurus Genome Assembly 1.0
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DOI:
doi:10.15482/usda.adc/1255156
摘要:
huge horns which they use as weapons in male combat, whereas small males remain hornless, non-aggressive, and instead invest into enlarged testes
Data from: Bacteria and the evolution of honest signals. The case of ornamental throat feathers in spotless starlings
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关键词:
Bacterial load Feather-degrading bacteria Ornaments Sexual selection Sturnus unicolor Uropygial gland
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.p69n4
摘要:
of ornamental throat feathers in male spotless starlings (Sturnus unicolor). We estimated length, bacterial load, degradation status, and susceptibility
Data from: Experimentally enhanced performance decreases survival in nature
负责人:
Husak, Jerry
关键词:
Performance Life history Trade-offs Exercise response Selection
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.tt15798
摘要:
Superior locomotor performance confers advantages in terms of male combat success, survival, and fitness in a variety of organisms. In huma

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