Inbreeding depression and purging in a haplodiploid: gender-related effects

Inbreeding depression and purging in a haplodiploid: gender-related effects
We used the haplodiploid spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch to test for inbreeding depression and purging. Four pivotal life-history traits of this herbivore were examined: maturity rate, juvenile survival, oviposition rate and longevity. Maturity
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Mity Mites win fourth-straight title
Heading into Saturday's championship game, the Park City Mity Mite United football team, made up of players 11 and under, had won 43 straight games. In four years under coach Thomas Baynes, the squad had yet to lose and had cruised to three straight …
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