intrasexual

intrasexual

(ˌɪntrəˈsɛksjʊəl)
adj
occurring within a sex, or between members of the same sex
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However, aside from sexual selection, three further factors may lead to the evolution of sexual dimorphism: (i) fecundity selection, which favours larger bodies in females providing more space for eggs; (ii) competition between sexes, which should lead to sexual dimorphism in body size or food consumption structures (Selander 1972); and (iii) mating performance through intrasexual competition, which favours morphological structures maximizing the number of successful mating attempts (Gvozdik & Van Damme 2003).
La observacion de 31 trios de julio a octubre 2014 sugiere la posibilidad de competencia reproductiva entre los machos por las hembras maduras sexualmente (seleccion intrasexual).
Misogyny in women is evidenced in what researchers refer to as intrasexual competition.
Using our innovative process for size manipulation of deer antlers, we have provided a technique that can be used to disentangle the influence of antlers from other allometrically related traits in social dominance, intrasexual competition and mate choice.
Staying alive: Evolution, culture, and women's intrasexual aggression.
La rivalidad intrasexual a la hora de seleccionar parejas del sexo opuesto ha sido ampliamente estudiada, lo cual ha proporcionado un importante conocimiento sobre las formas en que hombres y mujeres se relacionan entre si en nuestra especie (Buss, 2006; Buunk, Massar & Dijkstra, 2007; Buunk, Park & Duncan, 2010; Fisher, Tran & Voracek, 2008; Li et al., 2009).
intrasexual aggression is correlated with activity in a novel environment.
jamicensis aparecieron de forma simultanea con hembras lactantes, prenadas y post-lactantes confirmando la asincronia reproductiva intrasexual observada a partir de los caracteres morfologicos externos.
Many of these studies have focused specifically on ovulation due to greater risk of conception; that is, mating related motivational factors, such as increased intrasexual competition and seeking high quality genetic mates, may be strongest at this time.