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Archive del 27 febbraio 2010

Gli animali adottano due strategie finalizzate alla sopravvivenza della specie: la strategia K e la strategia R.

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Tenuto conto delle limitazioni legate alle risorse ambientali, una specie per assicurarsi il successo quanti figli deve produrre? A quale età la femmina deve raggiungere la maturità sessuale? E’ più conveniente avere una prole numerosa o parti singoli? Quanto tempo è dedicato alle cure parentali? Qual’è la durata ottimale del ciclo vitale?

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