Kinship - 1 Nice monkeys Kinship and altruism I Kin groups in monkeys and apes II Kin-correlated behaviors III Natural selection and the paradox of

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Nice monkeys? Kinship and altruism I. Kin groups in monkeys and apes II. Kin-correlated behaviors III. Natural selection and the paradox of altruism A. Darwin's perspective B. A counterexample of apparently altruistic behavior: alliances C. Question: How to resolve the paradox? IV. Kinship and the evolution of altruism A. The unit of inheritance B. Inclusive fitness C. Conditions favoring altruism D. Resolving the paradox V. Examples of kin selection VI. Reciprocal altruism Midterm Monday, 11 February in class Bring a #2 pencil Know your section time & GSI. 1st midterm • 50 multiple choice questions • Test will cover everything through Friday, 8 Feb Midterm review sheet Course website: Announcements File is: “review_1.doc” Nice monkeys? Kinship and altruism I. Kin groups in monkeys and apes II. Kin-correlated behaviors III. Natural selection and the paradox of altruism A. Darwin's perspective B. A counterexample of apparently altruistic behavior: alliances C. Question: How to resolve the paradox?C....
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