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The interspecific red queen hypothesis of coevolution

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29) The interspecific Red-Queen hypothesis of coevolution predicts that, over long periods of time: a) Evolution in response to the physical environment is more extensive than evolution in response to the biotic environment b) Evolution in response to the physical environment is less extensive than evolution in response to the biotic environment c) Evolution in response to the biotic environment is perpetual (i.e., never-ending) d) Both answers (a) and (b) are correct e) Both answers (b) and (c) are correct 30) In class, the example of coevoilution between the insulin gene and its receptor gene represents:
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31) If intra-sexual selection caused the evolution of blue-headed males, then which character mapping (the squares in this problem represent the evolution of blue-headed males) would be consistent with this possibility? 32 ) If inter-sexual selection through the material benefits model caused the evolution of blue-headed males, then which character mapping (the squares in this problem represent the initial evolution of female preference for blue-headed males) would be most consistent with this possibility? 33 ) If inter-sexual selection through the sensory exploitation model caused the evolution of blue-headed males, then which character mapping (the squares in this problem represent the initial evolution of female preference
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