Prior studies of invertebrates have demonstrated strong support for the adaptive manipulation of offspring sex ratios (Griffin et al., 2005). However, this is quite different in the case of birds and mammals, where the evidence is less clear-cut. This is because the different studies have shown varying patterns and hence different conclusions have been drawn. The challenge that arises here is the understanding of how the selection is acting on the sex ratio of invertebrates. This difficulty implies that it is quite hard or utterly impossible to forecast the anticipated pattern of sex ratio adjustment for a given species or how it should differ across the species of birds or mammals. The background information, therefore, justifies the asking of the question for investigation.
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