Sexual Selection - Sexual Selection Sept.23 Bio h/w 1....

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Sexual Selection – Sept.23 Bio h/w 1. Sexual selection is the process all species go through in attempt to find the right mate based more or less on looks, personality, and money and is the focus of Jane Austen’s novels because in each of her novel the primary goal of the heroine is to choose the right mate, and is always in control of the choice rather than the male being in control. 2. Sexual selection is different than the other forms of selection studied because it involves all three of the different types of selection but explains more in-depth why species choose to mate with the partners they do, what attracts one to another, and what the uses for the female and male are in the actual selection process. 3. Females of many species are very choosy because they can be. The females have all the equipment to reproduce except the sperm and because men seem to be less choosy, women have that power. As well, females looking to reproduce don’t want to have babies that will die off easily or not be able to attract mates itself, so females tend to choose to mate with
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course SCI 101 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Arizona Western College.

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Sexual Selection - Sexual Selection Sept.23 Bio h/w 1....

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