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A higher man susceptibility to disease has helped shape the evolution of sociable insect behavior A set of scientists has proposed a new model for behavioral advancement among social insects, suggesting a higher male susceptibility to disease has helped shape the evolution of the insects’ behavior. What might be known as the ‘sick-male’ theory has been proposed by animal behaviorists Sean O’Donnell of the University of Washington and Samuel Beshers of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and appears in the current problem of Proceedings Biological Sciences, published by the Royal Society of London tadalafil .
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