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Experimental studies of wild birds suggest that females have a previously unappreciated ability to control the sex ratio of their offspring in response to variation in sex-specific fitness benefits.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Curr Biol

Publication Date

01/07/1999

Volume

9

Pages

R487 - R489

Keywords

Animals, Birds, Humans, Male, Sex Determination Processes, Sex Factors, Sex Ratio