Data from: The ecological advantage of sexual reproduction in multicellular long-lived organisms

 

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Description Average equilibrium percentage of sexual females in dependence of maximum consumption rate epsilon (simulated electronically), here no migration is allowed, i.e., migration rate eta=0
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Description Average equilibrium percentage of sexual females in dependence of intrinsic growth rate of resources G (simulated electronically), here no migration is allowed, i.e., migration rate eta=0
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Description Average equilibrium percentage of sexual females in dependence of mortality strength 1/n (simulated electronically), here no migration is allowed, i.e., migration rate eta=0
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Description Average equilibrium percentage of sexual females in dependence of resource diversity L (simulated electronically), here no migration is allowed, i.e., migration rate eta=0
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Description Average equilibrium percentage of sexual females in dependence of minimum adult body mass Ba (simulated electronically), here no migration is allowed, i.e., migration rate eta=0
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Description Influence of the migration rate eta on the equilibrium percentage of sexual females in the 20 patches for varying resource diversity L (simulated electronically), eta=0.01
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Description Influence of the migration rate eta on the equilibrium percentage of sexual females in the 20 patches for varying resource diversity L (simulated electronically), eta=0.03
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Description Influence of the migration rate eta on the equilibrium percentage of sexual females in the 20 patches for varying resource diversity L (simulated electronically), eta=0.1
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Description Influence of the migration rate eta on the equilibrium percentage of sexual females in the 20 patches for varying mortality strength 1/n (simulated electronically), eta=0.01
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Song Y, Scheu S, Drossel B (2012) The ecological advantage of sexual reproduction in multicellular long-lived organisms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25(3): 556-565. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1420-9101.2012.02454.x

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Song Y, Scheu S, Drossel B (2012) Data from: The ecological advantage of sexual reproduction in multicellular long-lived organisms. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4dp71437
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