Why Skew Selection, a Model of Parental Exploitation, Should Replace Kin Selection
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Keywordsaltruism; parental investment; Hymenoptera; inclusive fitness; haplodiploidy; A13; B49; B59; C72; C91; D63; D64; J16; Z13;
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