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From: Sex-biased dispersal promotes adaptive parental effects

Figure 1

Simulation of dispersal on a checker board. A. The plant model. B. The animal model. The white (0) and grey (1) squares represent environmental heterogeneity. Position of each individual is shown by a cross: F for father, M for mother, O for offspring. Arrows represent how dispersal was modelled. Dispersal is relative to the scale of the environment.

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