Increased developmental density decreases the magnitude of indirect genetic effects expressed during agonistic interactions in an insect

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From: Evolution(Vol. 72, Issue 11)
Publisher: Society for the Study of Evolution
Document Type: Report
Length: 35 words

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The article discusses the study of indirect genetic effects (IGEs) in density?dependent ecological and evolutionary processes. Topics include manipulations of nymphal densities, social interactions strongly determine the plastic expression of aggression, and develop social cognition.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A563635640