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ween the ejaculates of rival males over the fertilization of ova. Such sperm competition accounts for many aspects of reproductive morphology and behaviour. Here, a correlation is reported in rodents between the size of the sperm-producing testes and the prevalence of multiple paternity within litters, together with an association between sperm competition intensity and the size of the seminal fluid-producing accessory reproductive organs (seminal vesicles and prostate). These comparative findings thus suggest that sperm competition underlies variation in male reproductive anatomy in this, the largest and most diverse mammalian group.
Contact: Mr SA Ramm, Animal Behaviour Group, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool, Leahurst, NESTON, CH64 7TE


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26-Apr-2005


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