life histories, reproductive value, evolution of senescence, clutch size, iteroparity
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Reproductive strategies’ refers to the evolutionary and ecological consequences of schedules of reproduction, mortality, and growth in a life cycle. ‘Strategies’ in this context should be understood as ‘syndromes’ that affect Darwinian fitness, rather than as implying conscious intent.
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Fox, Gordon A., "Reproductive strategies" (1999). Integrative Biology Faculty and Staff Publications. 77.