Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal

Lemaître JF, Ramm SA, Hurst JL, Stockley P (2012)
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25(6): 1216-1225.

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Lemaître JF, Ramm SA, Hurst JL, Stockley P. Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 2012;25(6):1216-1225.
Lemaître, J. F., Ramm, S. A., Hurst, J. L., & Stockley, P. (2012). Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25(6), 1216-1225.
Lemaître, J. F., Ramm, S. A., Hurst, J. L., and Stockley, P. (2012). Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25, 1216-1225.
Lemaître, J.F., et al., 2012. Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25(6), p 1216-1225.
J.F. Lemaître, et al., “Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal”, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 25, 2012, pp. 1216-1225.
Lemaître, J.F., Ramm, S.A., Hurst, J.L., Stockley, P.: Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25, 1216-1225 (2012).
Lemaître, J.F., Ramm, Steven A., Hurst, J.L., and Stockley, P. “Sperm competition roles and ejaculate investment in a promiscuous mammal”. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25.6 (2012): 1216-1225.
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