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Year Number of Results
1944 1
1945 269
1946 1002
1947 1169
1948 1166
1949 1128
1950 1651
1951 1836
1952 1905
1953 1928
1954 1996
1955 1968
1956 1952
1957 2175
1958 2050
1959 2047
1960 2122
1961 2247
1962 2556
1963 3054
1964 4566
1965 21084
1966 42346
1967 50708
1968 55785
1969 57271
1970 57325
1971 59591
1972 63914
1973 66428
1974 67818
1975 71005
1976 73549
1977 75961
1978 80034
1979 84202
1980 87488
1981 91688
1982 97404
1983 103561
1984 109072
1985 111407
1986 112669
1987 114362
1988 119342
1989 123830
1990 126819
1991 125139
1992 129948
1993 140653
1994 140700
1995 143340
1996 144851
1997 148566
1998 153160
1999 155227
2000 162018
2001 166014
2002 172165
2003 183968
2004 195200
2005 215544
2006 232745
2007 249483
2008 266020
2009 278228
2010 299583
2011 336850
2012 366253
2013 392914
2014 405930
2015 411402
2016 391686
2017 391506
2018 377467
2019 153703
2020 1054
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Do Male Hearts Break Differently?
Schneider B and Sechtem U. Rev Esp Cardiol (Engl Ed) 2018. PMID 29573972
Small worlds
Lesser RP. Clin Neurophysiol 2015. PMID 25018011
Agency
Wise MN. Isis 2016. PMID 29897724
Editorial Comment
Gilling PJ. J Urol 2019. PMID 31282268
Infanticide as sexual conflict: coevolution of male strategies and female counterstrategies.
Palombit RA. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 2015 - Review. PMID 25986557 Free PMC article.
The original sexual selection hypothesis arguing that infanticide improves male mating success by accelerating the return of females to fertilizable condition has been generally supported in some taxa--notably, some primates, carnivores, rodents, and cetaceans--but not in other taxa. ...In some cases, however, the adaptive significance of male infanticide remains obscure. The second body of data I review is arguably the most important result of recent research: clarifying the possible female counterstrategies to infanticide. ...
The original sexual selection hypothesis arguing that infanticide improves male mating success by accelerating the return of females …
How to expose scientific racism?
Lawson WB. J Natl Med Assoc 2019. PMID 31230633
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