Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition

Engqvist L (2012)
American Naturalist 179(5): 667-677.

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Engqvist L. Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition. American Naturalist. 2012;179(5):667-677.
Engqvist, L. (2012). Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition. American Naturalist, 179(5), 667-677. doi:10.1086/665000
Engqvist, L. (2012). Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition. American Naturalist 179, 667-677.
Engqvist, L., 2012. Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition. American Naturalist, 179(5), p 667-677.
L. Engqvist, “Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition”, American Naturalist, vol. 179, 2012, pp. 667-677.
Engqvist, L.: Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition. American Naturalist. 179, 667-677 (2012).
Engqvist, Leif. “Evolutionary modeling predicts a decrease in postcopulatory sperm viability as a response to increasing levels of sperm competition”. American Naturalist 179.5 (2012): 667-677.
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