Adaptive secondary sex ratio adjustments via sex-specific infanticide in a bird.
What does SSR stand for?
SSR stands for Secondary Sex Ratio (births ratio)
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- Scientists for Social Responsibility (UK)
- Scottish Society of Rehabilitation
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1999), illustrating how crucial the secondary sex ratio, and potentially survivorship of one sex compared to the other, can be to future sex ratios of a species.
About rodent secondary sex ratio, environmental conditions such as temperatures at conception and gestation period can cause declined secondary sex ratio .
In this line, we observed secondary sex ratio skewing to female in paternal exposing to 900 MHz EMF of Cellular phone (table 1).
Moreover, apparently adaptive patterns of variation in secondary sex ratios may represent a byproduct of environmental conditions and the quality of care provided by attractive versus less attractive males, rather than a facultative response by females to the perceived attractiveness of their mates.
However, the normal male-to-female ratio at conception, or primary sex ratio (PSR), is not 100 boys for 100 girls, but is presumed to be much higher, while the secondary sex ratio (SSR) at birth is about 105-106:100 (5).
The primary or secondary sex ratios of Yellow Rail are unknown.
html The decrease in the male:female sex ratio at birth, or the secondary sex ratio (SSR), generally found in post-World War II industrialized countries, such as the United States (1,2), Canada (1), Denmark (1,3,4), Germany (5), The Netherlands (1,4,5), and Finland (6), is a subject of continuing debate.