7 edition of Sexual segregation in vertebrates found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by K.E. Ruckstuhl, P. Neuhaus.|
|Contributions||Ruckstuhl, K. E., Neuhaus, P.|
|LC Classifications||QL607.6 .S49 2005, QL607.6 .S49 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 488 p. :|
|Number of Pages||488|
|LC Control Number||2006296108|
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Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates explores these questions by looking at a wide range of vertebrates and is aimed as a synthesis of our current understanding and a guide for future research.
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Why did sexual segregation evolve and what factors contribute to it. Originally published inSexual Segregation in Vertebrates explores these questions by looking at a wide range of vertebrates and is intended as a synthesis of our current understanding and a guide for future research.
Contents Preface; Part I. Overview: Range: £ - £ Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates: Ecology of the Two Sexes Kathreen Ruckstuhl, Peter Neuhaus An understanding of sexual segregation is important in the explanation of life history and social preference, population dynamics and the conservation of rare species.
Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates. Book January Sexual segregation in foraging is often attributed to constraints arising from sexual size dimorphism, such as differing physiological. Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates explores these questions by looking at a wide range of vertebrates and is aimed as a synthesis of our current understanding and a guide for future research.
Comprar eBook. Precio en lista 7 book & wine pairings for your virtual book c 27 new eBooks and audiobooks we’re looking for Brand: Cambridge University Press. Sexual segregation in trophic ecology is widespread among sexually dimorphic marine vertebrates.
The degree of such segregation can change throughout the annual cycle, however, year-round data on. Cambridge Core - Animal Behaviour - Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates - edited by Kathreen Ruckstuhl. This book aims at synthesizing our current understanding of the evolution of sexual segregation in different vertebrates, focusing on taxa in which there is sufficient evidence to investigate causes of sexual segregation.
Sexual segregation has caused confusion in the literature, as it can occur at different levels (see Chapter 2 for details). Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates Ecology of the Two Sexes Males and females often differ in developmental patterns, adult morphology, ecology and behaviour, and in many mammals males are The book stems from this workshop, but is much more than a.
Journals & Books; Help Within the marine realm, no systematic investigations have been conducted into the underlying causes of sexual segregation in any vertebrate to date, but there have been several descriptive studies and potential causes have been proposed.
Hence, there is a need to bring together the literature on marine vertebrates. Search Tips. Phrase Searching You can use double quotes to search for a series of words in a particular order.
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Table of Contents: 1. Sexual segregation and the ecology of the two sexes / Kathreen E. Ruckstuhl and Tim H. Clutton-Brock ; 2. Definitions, hypotheses, models and measures in the study of animal segregation /.
Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates explores these questions by looking at a wide range of vertebrates and is aimed as a synthesis of our current understanding and a Brand: Cambridge University Press.
Book Chapter. Sexual segregation in Australian marsupials. AM MacFarlane, G Coulson Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates: Ecology of the Two Sexes | Published: DOI: /CBO Cite.
University of Melbourne Researchers. Graeme Coulson Author BioSciences Citation metrics. Sexual segregation in ungulates: from individual mechanisms to collective patterns Richard Bon, Jean-Louis Deneubourg, Jean-Francois Gerard and Pablo Michelena; Sexual segregation in humans Anthony D.
Pellegrini, Jeffrey D. Long and Elizabeth A. Mizerek; Part VI. Sexual Differences in Ecology: Comparisons within Different Taxa: Sexual Segregation in Vertebrates Book Summary: Males and females often differ in developmental patterns, adult morphology, ecology and behaviour, and in many mammals males are often larger.
Size dimorphism results in divergent nutritional and energetic requirements or reproductive strategies by the sexes, which in turn sometimes causes them.
Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Sexual segregation in goitered gazelles (Gazella subgutturosa)David A. Blank, a b Kathreen E. Ruckstuhl, c d Weikang Yang a a Key Laboratory of Biogeography and Bioresource in Arid Land, Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Urumqi,People’s Republic of China.
The Reproduction of Vertebrates describes the vertebrate reproductive systems in an evolutionary sequence and according to taxonomic classes. This book is divided into seven chapters; each chapter tackles a specific vertebrate class. This text specifically considers fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, and man.
Get this from a library. Sexual segregation in vertebrates: ecology of the two sexes. [K E Ruckstuhl; P Neuhaus;] -- Males and females often differ in developmental patterns, adult morphology, ecology and behaviour, and in many mammals males are often larger.
Size dimorphism results in. Sexual segregation is a widespread behaviour in the animal kingdom and can arise within a species owing to, among other factors, sex differences in body size, activity, behaviour, nutritional requirements and/or habitat selection (Magurran & Macias Garcia ; Wearmouth & .Sex Determination, Volumethe latest release in the Current Topics in Developmental Biology series, contains current reviews in the field of vertebrate sex covers molecular pathways of sex determination in genetic and environmental species and encompasses both sex determination of somatic lineages and commitment of germ cells to male or female fate.Sexual segregation is best known in sexually dimorphic ungulates.
Many hypotheses have been proposed to explain the evolution of sexual segregation in ungulates, but all are reducible to the influence of two factors: body size and sex-specific reproductive strategy. Definitive tests of these hypotheses are lacking in ungulates because these factors are confounded, all males being somewhat.