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Pathways to social evolution: reciprocity, relatedness, and synergy

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Nov 16, 2013

Jeremy Van Cleve, Erol Akçay

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Many organisms live in populations structured by space and by class, exhibit plastic responses to their social partners, and are subject to non-additive ecological and fitness effects. Social evolution theory has long recognized that all of these factors can lead to different selection ...read more

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Pathways to social evolution: reciprocity, relatedness, and synergy

bioRxiv

Nov 16, 2013

Jeremy Van Cleve, Erol Akçay

PMID: 990000521

DOI: 10.1101/000521

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Many organisms live in populations structured by space and by class, exhibit plastic responses to their social partners, and are subject to non-additive ecological and fitness effects. Social evolution theory has long recognized that all of these factors can lead to different selection ...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
Anatomical Space Structure
Neuronal Plasticity
Empirical Research
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Gene Therapy
Population Group
Biological Evolution
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