Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment

Engqvist L (2012)
Evolution 66(9): 2685-2696.

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Engqvist L. Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment. Evolution. 2012;66(9):2685-2696.
Engqvist, L. (2012). Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment. Evolution, 66(9), 2685-2696. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01641.x
Engqvist, L. (2012). Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment. Evolution 66, 2685-2696.
Engqvist, L., 2012. Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment. Evolution, 66(9), p 2685-2696.
L. Engqvist, “Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment”, Evolution, vol. 66, 2012, pp. 2685-2696.
Engqvist, L.: Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment. Evolution. 66, 2685-2696 (2012).
Engqvist, Leif. “Genetic conflicts, intrinsic male fertility, and ejaculate investment”. Evolution 66.9 (2012): 2685-2696.
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