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for blue-headed males) would best support this possibility? a) A d) D b) B e) either A or B or C c) C
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34 ) If the bright blue head of males is favored via inter-sexual selection, then the equilibrium brightness of the head would occur when, a) The sexual selection advantage of brighter heads is less than the survival disadvantage b) The sexual selection advantage of brighter heads is greater than the survival disadvantage c) The sexual selection advantage of brighter heads is equal to the survival disadvantage d) Both answers (a) and (b) are correct e) None of these responses are correct 35) In which models of sexual selection does increased female preference for bright blue male heads NOT evolve after the initial evolution of this male display trait? 36) In general, adaptive evolution over long periods of time is c) None of these answers 37) Consider the mutualistic interaction between the Yucca plant and the Yucca-moth. The mutualistic relationship would be expected to breakdown when:
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38) Consider the coevolution in the laboratory that we studied in class between the parasitoid wasp and the house fly. The fecundity of the house fly would be expected to increase the most over time when: a) The flies used to start each generation were the progeny form the experimental flies of the previous generation AND the wasps used to start each generation are newly derived from another laboratory population. b) The flies used to start each generation were newly derived from another laboratory population that was free from wasps AND the wasps used to start the nest generation are the progeny from the wasps from the previous generation c) The flies used to start each generation were newly derived from another laboratory population that is free from wasps AND the wasps used to start each generation are newly derived from another laboratory population. d) Answers (a) and (c) are correct e) None of the above answers are correct
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