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Unformatted text preview: Selfish- benefit to actor, cost to recipient Cooperative- benefit to both actor and recipient Spiteful- cost to both actor and recipient Kin Selection Inclusive Fitness- you don’t benefit only from your actions, but your gene’s benefit as well Hamilton’s Rule- suggests that the more closely we are related to another individual (the higher the R value), the more likely we are to be kind towards them rb>c Coefficient of relatedness (r)- the probability that any given gene in an in individual A can also be found in individual B Benefit to recipient (b) cost to actor (c) Haplodiploidy- males only have 1 set of chromosomes, develop from unfertilized eggs •- r of haploid males to sisters = ¾ •- r of haploid males to own daughters = 1/2 Degrees of relatedness in close kin in diploid species- parent = ½ , full siblings = ½, half-siblings = ¼, cousin = 1/8...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course ANTHRO 204 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.
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