Why are some Hymenoptera queens so promiscuous? Investigating the evolution of polyandry in super-polyandrous army ants and honeybees
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Tue, 25 May 2010 01:52:42 GMT
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Hougen-Eitzman, David; Hernandez, Daniel
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Bachelor of Arts
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Polyandry; Evolution; Sex; Army Ants; Honeybees; Army Ant; Honeybee; Honey bee; Hymenoptera; Diploid male load; Genetic diversity hypothesis; Division of labor hypothesis
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