Paternal carePaternal care is where the father of the offspring provides most or all of the effort needed to protect, feed or raise the young until they become independent. The most well-known example of paternal care is in seahorses, where the male broods the eggs in a pouch until they are ready to hatch. Primary paternal care is most common in egg-laying species and almost unheard of in mammals.
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►Relating paternity to paternal care. - [ Μετάφραση αυτής της σελίδας ]
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29 Mar 2002 – Relating paternity to paternal care. Ben C Sheldon. EGI, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, South Parks Road, OX1 3PS, UK. ...
Parental care begins prior to fertilization with investment made by females into eggs. Parental care can thus be divided into Internal Parental Care and External ...
The evolution of paternity and paternal care in birds - [ Μετάφραση αυτής της σελίδας ]
Paternity has been hypothesized to be related to the evolution of paternal care because (1) there should be selection for males not to invest in broods with an ...
Polygamy, Paternal Care In Birds Linked To Dinosaur Ancestors - [ Μετάφραση αυτής της σελίδας ]
19 Dec 2008 – Sure, they're polygamous, but male emus and several other ground-dwelling birds also are devoted dads, serving as the sole incubators and ...
Paternal Care in Seahorses - [ Μετάφραση αυτής της σελίδας ]
The inversion of roles in parental care does not carry over into the seahorse mating system. Even though males take on the care of developing zygotes through ...
BBC Nature - Paternal care videos, news and facts
Paternal care is where the father of the offspring provides most or all of the effort needed to protect, feed or raise the young until they become ...
The Biology of Paternal Care in Human and Nonhuman Primates ... - [ Μετάφραση αυτής της σελίδας ]
23 Jun 2009 – Paternal care is a suite of behaviors performed by a mature male (the putative/ social father of the immature young), which would not be ...