Adult sex ratio (ASR) is a central concept in population biology and a key factor in sexual selection, but why do most demographic models.
Adult sex ratio (ASR) is a central concept in population biology and a key tional model ignoring sex biases significantly overestimated pop-.
Our structured population model considered sex-specific survival during two key stage classes in life history: juveniles and adults (Fig. 1b).
Theoretical models and empirical studies in various taxa have identified important links between variation in sex roles and the number of adult.