ANT 154B Course notes- Lecture _9

A males reproductive success increases nearly

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Unformatted text preview: by Table 2: multiplying pj by the probability the infant is not killed, which is the joint probability that (5) probability (p ) under the threat of infanticide without adequate protection. A male’s reproductive success increases nearly linearly with increasing paternity probability at low paternityBoyko & Marshall page 8 probability but then sharply decreases as other males become infanticidal.(pj) under the threat of infanticide without probability As in (a), the shaded zone represents the area of positive net reproductive value and the adequate protection. A male’s reproductive success arrow indicates the point at which the paternity increases nearly linearly with increasing reproductive probability at low paternity probability but then value is maximized. sharply decreases as other males become infanticidal. As in (a), the shaded zone represents the area of positive net reproductive value and the arrow indicates the point at which the reproductive value is maximized. j no male kills it and it does not die from extrinisic mortality, !. This yields the following equation, given the terms defined in Table 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course ANT 154bn taught by Professor Debello during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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