5 edition of Genetics of mate choice found in the catalog.
Genetics of mate choice
|Statement||edited by W.J. Etges and M.A.F. Noor.|
|Series||Contemporary issues in genetics and evolution -- v.9.|
|Contributions||Etges, William J., 1955-, Noor, Mohamed A. F.|
|LC Classifications||QH390 .G45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||151-404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||2003040001|
The Genetic Basis of Mate Choice. Mate choice mechanisms evolve when the choosier sex experiences fitness advantages by selecting mates based on particular traits. These traits may be direct benefits such as parental care, protection from a predator and access to resources, or indirect benefits that improve reproductive success or offspring. Mate preference for well‐adapted individuals may strengthen divergent selection and thereby facilitate adaptive divergence. We performed mate choice experiments in which we manipulated male red crossbill (Loxia curvirostra complex) feeding association time as a proxy for preference, we found that females preferred faster foragers, which reinforces natural selection .
The interaction of olfactory with visual signals in three‐spined stickleback mate choice is discussed. The three‐spined stickleback is a suitable model organism for studying the evolution of sexual reproduction in relation to optimizing offspring immune genetics . HLA and mate choice in humans. C Ober, L R Weitkamp, N Cox, H Dytch, D Kostyu, and S Elias Center for Medical Genetics, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The University of Chicago, IL , USA. [email protected]
In species without any male-provided resource benefits, females are thought to obtain some `genetic benefits' from males that enhance offspring quality. The evolution of female multiple mating is often confused with the issue of female mate choice, but mate choice is . An outcome of this model of mate choice is a turnover of advantageous genetic variants in the form of an evolutionary arms race (van Valen ). In contrast, a mechanism of mate choice that would confer nonadditive benefits is through heterozygote advantage. Here, high numbers of MHC sequence variants carried by an individual are predicted to.
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Genetics of Mate Choice: From Sexual Selection to Sexual Isolation (Contemporary Issues in Genetics and Evolution) nd Edition by William J. Etges (Editor) ISBN Genetics of Mate Choice: From Sexual Selection to Sexual Isolation. Edited by William Etges and Mohamed A.F. Noor Kluwer Academic Publishers.
A new book edited by biology professor William Etges takes the mating game to the genetic level. Fundamental to the origin of species is the evolution of mate choice systems.
This collection of papers discusses burgeoning genetic, evolutionary, and ecological approaches to understanding the origins of mating discrimination and causes of premating reproductive isolation both within and between species. Get this from a library.
Genetics of Mate Choice: From Sexual Selection to Sexual Isolation. [W J Etges; M A F Noor] -- Genetic studies aimed at understanding the origin of species are dominating major scientific journals. In the past decade, genetic tools that were previously available only in.
This book brings together modern thinking on the various functions of mate choice and its role in evolution. The ways in which finely tuned preferences for a particular member Genetics of mate choice book the opposite sex develop are described, as is the importance of compatibility between mates.
Get this from a library. Genetics of mate choice: from sexual selection to sexual isolation. [William J Etges; Mohamed A F Noor;] -- "Many recent studies suggest a prominent role of sexual selection in species formation.
These advances have produced a need for a synthesis of what we now understand about speciation, and perhaps. The popular consensus on mate choice has long been that females select mates likely to pass good genes to offspring.
In Mate Choice, Gil Rosenthal overturns much of this conventional wisdom. This book is an impressive treatment of the science of mate choice and mating preferences. The topic of mate choice, which might seem like a narrow subject at first blush, is surprisingly rich and nuanced.
Rosenthal does an excellent job of exploring the facets of mate choice and communicating them to the s: 6. Section V (pp. –) of this book comprises seven multi-authored chapters on recent developments in sexual selection theory, including the relationship between mate choice and parental care and the evolution of alternative male mating strategies that act to circumvent female choice.
This book is one of the best genetics textbooks that is intended for undergraduate students and covers the main concepts and ideas of Genetics, as well as more current research and discoveries. This book has several advantages: The concepts presented in the textbook are described in clear, concise prose;Missing: mate choice.
In Mate Choice, Gil Rosenthal overturns much of this conventional wisdom. Providing the first synthesis of the topic in more than three decades, and drawing from a wA major new look at the evolution of mating decisions in organisms from protozoans to humans/5(2).
ADAM G. JONES and NICHOLAS L. RATTERMAN. Charles Darwin laid the foundation for all modern work on sexual selection in his seminal bookThe Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex. In this work, Darwin fleshed out the mechanism of sexual selection, a hypothesis that he had proposed inThe Origin of Species.
It is thought that mate choice allows individuals to obtain genetic benefits for their offspring, and although many studies have found some support for this hypothesis, several critical questions remain unresolved.
One main problem is that empirical studies on mate choice and genetic benefits have been rather piecemeal. This book has everything from the basics of natural selection, to a (possible) explanation of the evolution of human sex organs, to a theory of sports and creativity as a mating tool.
I don't know much about evolutionary psychology and its place in the science world, but this book makes me want to /5(). Charles Darwin first expressed his ideas on sexual selection and mate choice in his book The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex in He was perplexed by the elaborate ornamentation that males of some species have, because such features appeared to be detrimental to survival and to have negative consequences for reproductive success.
This book is an impressive treatment of the science of mate choice and mating preferences. The topic of mate choice, which might seem like a narrow subject at first blush, is surprisingly rich and nuanced.
Rosenthal does an excellent job of exploring the facets of mate choice and communicating them to. Population Genetics Individuals of a population often display different phenotypes, or express different alleles of a particular gene, referred to as polymorphisms. Traits that lead to more matings for an individual become selected for by natural selection.
One common form of mate choice, Share This Book. Powered by. Consequently, mate choice results in a genetic correlation between the ornament and preference (14, 25). The ornament evolves as a consequence of sexual selection imposed by female mate choice, and the preference is carried along as a consequence of.
Mate choice involves species and sex identification, as well as assessment of individual characteristics, including quality of the mate ().
From: Knobil and Neill's Physiology of Reproduction (Third Edition), Download as PDF. Book Detail: Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free Outlines of Principles of Genetic History og Genetic Mendel’s laws of inheritance and exceptions to the laws. Types of gene action Multiple alleles Multiple factor hypothesis.
Quantitative traits – Qualitative traits and differences between them Cytoplasmic inheritance Methods of inducing mutations and C l Missing: mate choice. Thus, in this work, I draw a clear association between sensory genes (primarily visual and chemosensory) and mate choice (or mating behavior) and review the genetic basis underlying sensory mate choice, while highlighting some of the surprising, recent comparative genomic and molecular genetic data regarding mating-related genes.
Indirect new data imply that mate and/or gamete choice are major selective forces driving genetic change in sexual populations. The system dictates nonrandom mating, an evolutionary process requiring both revised genetic theory and new data on heritability of characters underlying Darwinian fitness.
Successfully reproducing individuals represent rare selections from among. Mate selection in human populations is a topic of broad general and academic interest, with important implications for economics (), sociology (), psychology (), and genetics (4, 5).Studies from all of these fields have uncovered myriad genetic and .