Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution

Fokkema RW, Korsten P, Schmoll T, Wilson AJ (2021)
Biological Reviews: brv.12768.

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Fokkema, Rienk W.; Korsten, PeterUniBi ; Schmoll, TimUniBi; Wilson, Alastair J.
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Biological Reviews
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brv.12768
ISSN
1464-7931
eISSN
1469-185X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2956173

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Fokkema RW, Korsten P, Schmoll T, Wilson AJ. Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution. Biological Reviews. 2021: brv.12768.
Fokkema, R. W., Korsten, P., Schmoll, T., & Wilson, A. J. (2021). Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution. Biological Reviews, brv.12768. https://doi.org/10.1111/brv.12768
Fokkema, R. W., Korsten, P., Schmoll, T., and Wilson, A. J. (2021). Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution. Biological Reviews:brv.12768.
Fokkema, R.W., et al., 2021. Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution. Biological Reviews, : brv.12768.
R.W. Fokkema, et al., “Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution”, Biological Reviews, 2021, : brv.12768.
Fokkema, R.W., Korsten, P., Schmoll, T., Wilson, A.J.: Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution. Biological Reviews. : brv.12768 (2021).
Fokkema, Rienk W., Korsten, Peter, Schmoll, Tim, and Wilson, Alastair J. “Social competition as a driver of phenotype–environment correlations: implications for ecology and evolution”. Biological Reviews (2021): brv.12768.

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