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Heritability for Body Size in the Isopod Asellus Aquaticus (L.)

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[Asellus aguaticus montre un appariement assorti à la taille: en effet la période reproductive de la femelle, la survivance du mâle et la capacité compétitive du mâle dépendent de la taille du corps. Asellus montre des caractères hautement héréditaires dans la taille du corps (mâles 0,40; femelles 0,49). Ceci maintient un appariement assorti et la distribution des fréquences de taille dans la nature., Asellus aguaticus montre un appariement assorti à la taille: en effet la période reproductive de la femelle, la survivance du mâle et la capacité compétitive du mâle dépendent de la taille du corps. Asellus montre des caractères hautement héréditaires dans la taille du corps (mâles 0,40; femelles 0,49). Ceci maintient un appariement assorti et la distribution des fréquences de taille dans la nature.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The University, P.O. Box 147, Liverpool L69 3BX, U.K.

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2017-02-25

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