Many sexually selected traits preferred by females

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Many sexually selected traits preferred by females appear to handicap the males with those traits including peacockstails and dark manes in lions. Why might these traits be selected for?Select one:a. Females choose these traits due to an aesthetic preference that can be explained by colour theory. b. The males are trying to outcompete each other. They measure each other on these traits.c. Being able to survive with such a trait is seen as an honesty signal that indicates good health.d. Directional selection means that once these traits 'run away' they cannot be selected against.The correct answer is: Being able to survive with such a trait is seen as an honesty signal that indicates good health.
11/1/2019Revision superquiz4/33Question 11IncorrectMark 0.00 out of1.00Question 12CorrectMark 1.00 out of1.00Question 13IncorrectMark 0.00 out of1.00Question 14CorrectMark 1.00 out of1.00Phylogenetic trees can be constructed using a variety of data. Today there is a tendency to use:
Within a phylogenetic tree, a paraphyletic group refers to:
A polyphyletic group in a phylogenetic tree refers to:

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