Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Quarto, paperback, text illustrations.
Sex ratios: concepts and research methods provides both context to and instruction on many aspects of research on sex ratios. Unlike other books on the topic, it covers both how to carry out research on sex ratios and why such research is important in the context of evolutionary ecology. A wide spectrum of animal plant and microbial groups are covered, from malarial parasites to humans. Researchers and graduate students in behavioural and evolutionary ecology will find it an indispensable reference work for their research. Also available in hardcover.
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