One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Behavioral studies over the last decade have revealed an unexpected diversity of rather sophisticated social behavior, including even eusociality.’
- ‘Many researchers expected that this would result in extreme inbreeding and high relatedness within colonies and would thus explain the evolution of eusociality in naked mole-rats.’
- ‘Cooperative breeding and eusociality are taxonomically widespread, occurring in social arthropods, colonial invertebrates, mammals, birds, fish, and bacteria.’
- ‘Relatedness concepts have dominated the discussion on the evolution and maintenance of eusociality in social insects.’
- ‘Darwin correctly anticipated that the key to the paradox of eusociality is the close genetic relatedness between an insect colony's breeders and its sterile workers.’
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