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Inbreeding and Amphibian Decline: from an Individual to a Global Perspective

Title
Inbreeding and Amphibian Decline: from an Individual to a Global Perspective
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP0559867
Start Date
2005/01/01
End Date
2007/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0559867

 

  • Consistent Paternity Skew through Ontogeny in Peron's Tree Frog (Litoria peronii)

    Sherman, Craig D. H.; Wapstra, Erik; Olsson, Mats (2009)
    Projects: ARC | Inbreeding and Amphibian Decline: from an Individual to a Global Perspective (DP0559867)
    BACKGROUND: A large number of studies in postcopulatory sexual selection use paternity success as a proxy for fertilization success. However, selective mortality during embryonic development can lead to skews in paternity in situations of polyandry and sperm competition. Thus, when assessment of paternity fails to incorporate mortality skews during early ontogeny, this may interfere with correct interpretation of results and subsequent evolutionary inference. In a previous series of in vitro ...
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