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Cooperation for direct fitness benefits

Cooperation for direct fitness benefits,10.1098/rstb.2010.0116,Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences,O. Leimar,P. Ham

Cooperation for direct fitness benefits   (Citations: 7)
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Journal: Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences , vol. 365, no. 1553, pp. 2619-2626, 2010
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    • ...Complementarily, given the interdependencies between individuals, there also seems little reason to expect that individuals try to refrain from cooperating or that some form of enforcement would be necessary to prevent them from ‘‘cheating’’ (Clutton-Brock 2009; Leimar and Hammerstein 2010; Maynard Smith and Szathmary 1995; Worden and Levin 2007)...
    • ...Another important aspect of this kind of mutualism is that it often does not make sense for interaction partners to ‘‘cheat’’ or contribute less than the other, as it may be physically impossible to realize the common goal without a specific distribution of individual efforts (Clutton-Brock 2009; Leimar and Hammerstein 2010; Maynard Smith and Szathmary 1995)...

    Anton J. M. Dijker. Physical Constraints on the Evolution of Cooperation

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