Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated

Hoffman J, Forcada J, Trathan PN, Amos W (2007)
Nature 445(7130): 912-914.

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Hoffman J, Forcada J, Trathan PN, Amos W. Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated. Nature. 2007;445(7130):912-914.
Hoffman, J., Forcada, J., Trathan, P. N., & Amos, W. (2007). Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated. Nature, 445(7130), 912-914. doi:10.1038/nature05558
Hoffman, J., Forcada, J., Trathan, P. N., and Amos, W. (2007). Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated. Nature 445, 912-914.
Hoffman, J., et al., 2007. Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated. Nature, 445(7130), p 912-914.
J. Hoffman, et al., “Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated”, Nature, vol. 445, 2007, pp. 912-914.
Hoffman, J., Forcada, J., Trathan, P.N., Amos, W.: Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated. Nature. 445, 912-914 (2007).
Hoffman, Joseph, Forcada, J., Trathan, P.N., and Amos, W. “Female fur seals show active choice for males that are heterozygous and unrelated”. Nature 445.7130 (2007): 912-914.
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