Fink - generations When the female has reproductive tract...

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25/03/2008 15:09:00 Gametes to Ecology Competition Microscopic to ecology Structure of social systems reflect gamete competition Sperm: Males make more when… Females are likely to be promiscuous,  sperm compete with each other likely to make it to the egg first Splendid Fairy Wren-8 billion sperm/ejaculation Animals = very promiscuous  Yellow Dung Fly-testis size could evolve in 10 
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Unformatted text preview: generations When the female has reproductive tract conditions that result in sperm mortality rates that are high Sperm compete with womans conditions High Sperm Count: More sperm for long distances Coral-broadcast spawners Sperm counts as high as 50 mil can be infertile 180 mill is avg. Great Ape Sex & Society Orangutan-infertile during pregnancy & lactating period Gorilla-harem of females to have sex with...
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