Sexual Selection/Conflict

Sexual selection is a mode of selection that operates on an organism's ability to obtain a mate. Sexual selection allows some individuals to out compete others because they are better at securing mates. Unlike natural selection, it does not take into account fitness. This functions as an interesting form of selection where changes in a population over time can both benefit and harm a species. For example, a male peacock's bright feathers might make it more attractive to a female, but may also be more attention-grabbing to potential predators. Here is a good article explaining sexual selection.



Causes of Sexual Selection:

1) Intersexual Selection: Selection between the sexes.

  • Females choosing males due to a particular behavior or physical characteristic.
  • As mentioned above, the brighter and more colorful feather patterns male peacocks have, the better their selective advantage. The females prefer the more elaborate patterns on their mates. The mane's of lions, size of antlers on deer, and height in humans are more examples of intersexual selection. This is not just females selecting on males, sometimes, as in the case of pipefish and seahorses, it is the males selecting on females.
  • Having long manes, big antlers, and also extra height are all signs of health because it shows that the animals' body can meet standard metabolic needs. There are usually specific reasons why certain traits are favored over others that relate to the physical fitness of the individual. It also operates the other way around with males choosing females based on their physical characteristics, though not to as great an extent because of the higher metabolic costs of producing eggs versus sperm.
  • Selection can also depend on behaviors. This is particularly the case in humans, such as: kindness, understanding, and intellect. Women often choose men because they have these qualities, even if their appearance does not dominate over other males.
  • Animals inherit two alleles of a gene from their parents, but one copy is almost always silenced. This is an example of sexual conflict because this gene imprinting reduces the effect of a gene that may benefit one parent over the other parent.

2) Intrasexual Selection: Selection within the sexes.

  • Males compete against each other for the attention of females because they are a limited resource. Not all males will have access to a female to breed, so they must stand out above the rest of the males of the group. This extreme competition for females arises due to the formation of harems. Harems are groups of females that come together and are controlled and mated by one male. This causes a lot of competition between males to try and control the harem and increase their chances for reproduction.Examples of this are lion prides, and herds of animals.
  • Northern elephant seals will physically fight one another for the opportunity to mate with a certain female. Here is a video of this.
  • Fighting among males is common in most horned mammals as well. In general, the bigger horned and stronger male gets the female and keeps those genes in the gene pool.
  • Due to this fighting, it helps contribute to selection of the most fit males to reproduce with the most fertile females. Thus, spreading their genes better than other males who are not as adapted.
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Here is a link to a video of how Deer would use their antlers to fight. (even if they are in your yard)

Human Sexual Selection:

This is an article that describes how sexual selection is present in humans and goes into depth about how some of our choices are due to psychological evolution over the years.

This short article explains how muscles, specifically in men, is a source for human sexual selection.

  • Even though there are negatives to having additional muscle (lesser immune system and higher carb necessity), sexual selection prefers muscles.
  • Modern medicine has been able to help counter these ill-effects that come with being more muscular.
  • This results in a match up of sexual selection vs. natural selection.
  • This could result because, from an evolutionary stand point, at one time humans had to fight off other animals and the stronger men were able to protect their families better than men who were "unfit".

Traditional social sexual norms may have arisen from the biology of sexual selection. Because sperm production requires significantly less energy than egg production, females are the limiting factor in reproduction. Therefore, females tend to be more choosy with their partners, whereas males are more likely to try to have as many sexual partners as possible. This could be the basis for the common (but arguably outdated) sentiment that men will tend to sleep around more than women will, and that women have an easier time finding sexual partners.

This is an article explaining a recent study on human sexual selection with twins and they compared male and female desires in fraternal and identical twins .

This is an article about sexual selection in humans in a twin study of human mating preferences in men and women.

This article describes the effect of MHC's on sexual selection like we discussed in class.

In this article, the role of the parent-child relationship is examined in human sexual selection, as seen in the "bad boyfriend" struggle that often happens with a parent and child; interesting connection to evolution and how it relates to selecting a mate.

This is an interesting article about the evolution of the human Mating Practices and how it is very similar to our evolutionary ancestors.

Interesting article that says recently women have been programmed to prefer the Beta males vs. the Alpha male norm.

Great article about parental investment and how that relates to sexual selection.

There are also psychological issues in human sexual selection that conflict with the "norms" seen in other species for sexual selection. Here is a chart between the male and female psychological long-term mating strategies from a psychology class I took here at UGA.

Female long-term mating strategies include selecting a mate who is:

  • able to invest -- good financial prospects, social status, older age (maturity/wisdom), ambition, size, strength, athletic ability, healthy
  • willing to invest -- i.e. dependability, stability, love and commitment cues, positive interactions with child
  • physically able to protect you and kids -- size(height), strength, bravery, athletic ability
  • able to psycologically protect you and kids -- emotional stability, kindness, positive interactions with children
  • compatible -- similar values, slightly older mate (~3.5 yrs. older), similar personality type
  • healthy -- physical attractiveness, symmetrical body type, healthy at time of selection
  • women also have slightly different taste in physical appearances of men depending on their time of the month --- during mid-cycle (when they are most likely to conceive), women prefer more masculine-looking men. Before, during, and after the cycle, women are attracted to more feminine male faces and show more stable preferences in males. This raises the idea that human females still want the best genes for their children, but are on the look for a life-partner suitable for raising the children.
Male long-term mating strategies include selecting a mate who:
  • is healthy (pass on genes to healthy kids); high reproductive value -- physical attractiveness (symmetry, a wait-to-hip ratio of about ~0.7 shooing better birthing hips, and youth)
  • shows good parenting skills -- emotional stability, kindness, positive interactions with children
  • Maternity uncertainty -- partners who exhibit sexual fidelity. This way, the male can be sure he is passing on his genes.
This is a really good review on human sexual conflict and some potential solutions to solving it.

Here's a video of sexual conflict in water striders.

Asexual Selection vs Sexual Selection:

Asexual reproduction refers to a single parent that can produce offspring independently via parthenogenesis. There is no mating or mixing of genes. Essentially, offspring of asexual reproduction are clones of their parents. Another benefit to asexual reproduction is that there is less energy invested in finding males and mating.

What are the disadvantages to asexual reproduction?

  1. Asexual organisms are highly susceptible to changes in the environment due to little variation in their gene pool. This lack of variation stems from the fact that only mutation can differentiate genes of an offspring from its parent.
    1. One way microbes can make up for this lack of variation is by way of very short generation times. Those parent individuals who have survived the selection process can then reproduce in great numbers to restore population size.
  2. Muller's Ratchet - the process by which the genomes of an asexual population accumulate deleterious mutations in an irreversible manner. This gradual accumulation of mutations increases the genetic load, which is the burden imposed by the accumulation of deleterious mutations.
    1. In effect, these individuals who have developed these mutations would die out because they would be less fit than others in the population.

Asexual Organisms

Organisms of the genus Hydra are asexual animals. They reproduce by budding, which occurs when an offspring grows out of the body.

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Other examples of asexual reproduction include Gemmules or Internal Buds. This occurs when a parent releases a specialized mass of cells that develops into offspring. For example, Sponges exhibit gemmules reproduction. Organisms can also exhibit fragmentation, regeneration, and parthenogenesis. Parthenogenesis occurs when there is a development of an egg, but that egg has not been fertilized into an individual. This is seen in most kinds of wasps, bees, and ants that lack sex chromosomes.

Sexual Reproduction refers to how a female and male gamete fuse to mix genes and create an organism genetically unique from its parents. Independent assortment of the organism's chromosomes allow for more possible combinations as well as more adaptations to be passed on. The benefits of an organism using sexual reproduction allows for adaptability, variation, and loss of deleterious genes. There are two ways for fertilization to occur. The first is external fertilization where the egg is fertilized outside the body, and the second is internal fertilization where the eggs are fertilized within the female reproductive tract.

Sexual selection of the mate normally lies with the gender who provides more resources for the survival of the offspring.

Mating Systems:

Monogamy: describes the formation of a lasting male and female pair. Monogamy is more common in organisms that live in uniform environments, where resources such as territory and food are uniformly distributed. Because there is little difference between the quality of territories held by individual males, selection would favor monogamy because female fitness in that habitat would be the same. Most birds are classified as monogamous organisms. The book describes two kinds of monogamy - sexual monogamy and social monogamy. In sexual monogamy, the animal only reproduces with its bonded mate. In social monogamy, a pair bond is formed, but one or both of the animals involved sneak in extra matings. The book gives the superior fairy wren as an example of social monogamy.

Polygamy: describes the acquisition of two or more mates. If the habitat is diverse, with some parts more productive than others, competition may be intense and some males will settle for territories poorer in resources. A female may find it more advantageous to join another female in a territory of a male defending richer resources. Examples of polygamous animals include lions, hippos, and some species of monkey.

Polygyny: when one male mates with multiple females.

Polyandry: when one female mates with multiple males.

Mating Systems - Nature.com
Here's an interesting article discussing how sperm competition contributes to the formation of new species. It covers how sexual selection can contribute to the formation of sexual organs and processes.


Sexual Conflict:

When discussing sexual selection as a tenant of non-random mating and a subsequent force that facilitates the evolution of sex (mode and frequency) within a species, it is important to consider the role sexual conflict plays in the development of reproductive behavior, preference, and success. Sexual conflict occurs when males and females of a species have varying/conflicting morphological and/or behavioral modes of reaching their optimal reproductive fitness. These conflicts can be interlocal or intralocal depending on the location of selection. This means that conflicting alleles can occur at the same loci (intralocus) or at different loci (interlocus) between the sexes. These differences present major conflicts by limiting the reproductive fitness of one sex in favor of the other or by causing an antagonistic co-evolutionary “tug-of-war” where the behavioral or morphological mechanisms of one sex shifts in response to those of the other. In either case, evolution can and does create costly sexual conflicts between species driving the species to “ move, acclimate, adapt, or die.” Put simply, sexual conflict is driving several evolutionary mechanisms that can have effects on population size, allele frequency, and reproductive success—all of which further drive the evolution of species. This all means that conflict, on the reproductive level, plays a major role in how evolution works within species and how it can lead to several interesting changes to the mode and frequency of sexual reproduction. For example, I learned in entomology that dragonflies have a special penis shape that allows them to scoop out the semen of previous males from a female in order for their sperm to be the one to fertilize the female's egg. This is a very interesting evolutionary quirk.

What is also important to speciation is the ability for males to have reproductive success with a female. Research studies have shown the in flies, females take an active role in deciding who fathers the offspring. Female flies continuously mate with separate partners, but are capable of pushing the sperm from their reproductive track. This is considered to be "non-random mating" on a postcopulatory stand. This can lead to speciation by evolution. Understanding this sexual selection is difficult and still an ongoing study. Read more here!

Here is a journal explaining the sexual conflict theory.

Essentially the probability of a successful reproducing species is dependent on the amount of sexual conflict existing in a population. The lower the sexual conflict, the higher chances for reproduction and genetic recombination.

Types of sexual conflict:

1. Senescence (Aging) - process of the accumulation of biological and cellular changes that disrupts the metabolism. An example is Male Senescence in Darkling Beetles.

2. Traumatic Insemination (ex. Bedbugs) - male pierces the female's abdomen and injects sperm through the wound into her abdominal cavity.

3. Forced copulations (Sexual Coercion link) - forcing species of another sex to mate with one another.

4. Mate Guarding - a species attempts to prevent another species of a different sex from mating with rival members. Here is an article on mate guarding.

5. Love Darts (Slugs/Snails). Love darts do not concern sperm transfer, but can affect reproductive success. Here is the Wikipedia article covering love darts.

6. Sexual cannibalism (Praying Mantis) Black Widows are also an example.

Here is a link to a video of the Praying Mantis.

7. Nuptial gifts: males give females gifts of nutrients at mating to keep her strong after reproduction. This also factors into the praying mantis cannibalism. This has links to increasing female fitness.

8. Ducks in which males are reproductively over active and female uses ducts to select on certain sperm.

  • Although strange and set in a very awkward tone, this video does a great job of illustrating the duck's sexual conflict phenomena. Having seen this video before learning about it in class, I had to go back and make sure it was actually applicable and appropriate, and I think that it is definitely worth watching. It is both informative and well illustrated, and it may let some people enjoy the subject.

Rensch's Rule: allometric (the study of the relationship of body size to shape, anatomy, physiology and finally behavior) law that relates sexual size dimorphism to the bigger sex. It states that size dimorphism increases when the male is bigger, and vice versa when the female is bigger. This topic is well covered in this review you can find here.


Examples of Sexual Conflict:

Lek Mating and Paradox

Leks are aggregations of reproductive males competing for females and are defined by males displaying and females choosing, most commonly in bird species. Congregating about dominant males are sub-dominant males that may steal mating opportunities.

The premise behind Leks is that the female chooses traits of their preference. Over time, it is expected that males would exhibit less genetic variance, therefore removing the female's choice, yet the choice still exists. This genetic variation mystery is known as the "lek paradox". Female choosing should lead to directional selection -- "runaway selection" -- however, that does not appear to be the case.

Scientists think that there is still genetic variation in humans due to beneficial mutations. Beneficial mutations can make some males more resistant to disease, and males with a greater genetic diversity are rated as more attractive by women (remember the MHC study in class).

Male Senescence in Darkling Beetles:

Attached below is a handout I made for a sexual conflict course here at UGA. The handout outlines the effects of sperm senescence on reproduction rates and mate choice. The handout corresponds to the article "Male Reproductive Senescence As A Potential Source Of Sexual Conflict In A Beetle" written by Carazo et. al. The article looks specifically at the interesting conflicts that arise between the aggressive mating of older males and the declining quality of their sperm. The main argument suggests that age plays a major role in reproductive success/behavior and mate choice, creating a dynamic form of conflict between males and females. --Simply, male aging can and does affect female fitness.

Download file "Senescense.docx"

Penis, Presentation, Predation, and Progeny: Sexual Conflict in Trinidadian Guppies

Here is another handout I made for the sexual conflict course I took here at UGA. The handout looks at the effect of sexual harassment on the penis size and color of male guppies and the increased predation risks female guppies encounter in order to avoid sexual harassment. The combined effects of these pre and post copulatory mechanisms have drastic effects on the overall health of the female's brood. It was shown, in the articles listed below, that females that experience high levels of sexual harassment have smaller and less attractive male offspring and that females will enter waters with more predators in order to escape these forced copulations.

Articles:

Male Harassment Drives Females to Alter Habitat use and Leads to Segregation of the Sexes

Cross-generational Effects of Sexual Harassment on Female Fitness in the Guppy

Male Genital Morphology and Its Influence on Female Mating Preferences and Paternity Success in Guppies

Sexual Conflict: How Evolution is Steered by Competing Females

Handout overview: Looking at both the pre and post-copulatory effects of sexual conflict in the Trinidadian Guppy (Poecilia Reticulata), sexual harassment of the female guppy has been show to have multiple co-evolutionary and behavioral affects. For simplicity, the affects of sexual harassment have been divided into four main categories-Penis, Presentation, Predation, and Progeny. When examining these four areas in tandem, conclusion can be drawn on the effects that sexual harassment is having on the mating patterns, brood size, allele distribution, and overall fitness of both male and female guppies. Simply, understanding the codependence of these categories begins to shed light on the process of sexual conflict from its origins to its cross-generational effects and begins to predict further morphological and social changes that result from this battle for mating dominance.

Handout:

Download file "Sexual conflict in guppies.docx"


Disadvantages of Sexual Conflict

When it comes to sexual selection, it is a great way for females to see who is "best fit" to mate with. However, sexual selection--as shown in this article--can also prove to be dangerous for certain species. Yes, whatever it is that certain creatures do to attract the females, it also puts them at a greater risk for being predated. This is an example of how natural and sexual selection do not always select for the same traits and therefore the overall result is a balance of the two.

Videos, Diagrams, and Articles

  • Funny video with an added effect to show a male bird competing for a female's attention.
  • Blue Footed Booby mating dance!
  • Sexual selection video on peacocks
  • Sexual Selection and how female salmon can differentiate between different sperm when fertilizing their eggs. The research has shown that "females have indeed evolved mechanisms of 'cryptic choice' at the intimate level of the sperm and egg".
  • Sexual selection in geladas (close cousin to baboons).
  • Pipefish show the dark side of pregnancy -- an interesting video regarding how male pipefish purposefully abort embryos from females that were less attractive.
  • Example of sexual selection in ducks and how it has changed the anatomy over time
  • This article about a study on the cannibalism between sand tiger shark embryos in the same uterine gives an interesting example of selection for the offspring of males. Usually, only very few sharks are given birth even though there are much more in the uterine. When samples of the embryos and offspring that emerged from pregnant females were taken, it was discovered that a female would have embryos that had multiple fathers. Also, the offspring that emerged from the female often belonged to the same male. Selection between which males get to contribute to the gene pool continue even after fertilization.
  • Sexual conflict in fruit flies.
  • Here is a cool book excerpt explaining the relationship between parental investment and sexual selection.
  • Sexual Selection & Evolution Video

  • Sexual conflict hast a vast arrray of displays. This is a page describing how male water striders use blackmailing techniques to intimidate the female into having sex if his advances are not wanted.

  • Sexual selection and the evolution of song
  • Here is an article that thoroughly breaks down sexual selection. http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/sexual-selection-13255240
Example of Sexual Selection from the web here! "selection based on mate choice"

Photo: Male bird of paradise performing a mating dance and a peculiar and meticulous example of sexual selection


Why is sex bad?

There is a cost in choosing to reproduce sexually as opposed to asexually. Costs of sexual reproduction include:
  • The potential to contract pathogens
  • Energy spent in attracting a mate (plumage, gifts, etc.)
  • Only half of the population can reproduce
  • There is a large amount of choice
  • Your offspring only contains HALF of your genes
  • There's an energy cost to developing sex organs
Two Fold Cost of Sex: A Simple Model
  • Two Assumptions
    • Asexual and Sexual females produce the same number of offspring.
    • The offspring of sexual and asexual females have the same fitness.
  • If both of these assumptions are true, then sexual reproduction can not be maintained (asexual reproduction would win out because all offspring can reproduce).
  • Sex is still very common despite the costs.
  • So, one assumption must be violated (it is more likely that the assumption about fitness will be violated).

Role of Sperm Competition in Sexual Selection

The full article from Science Daily is available here
  • Female promiscuity (which occurs in a majority of species) results in the ejaculation of two or more males overlapping in the reproductive tract.
    • Allows for the competition between sperm for fertilization of the female's egg. The shape of the penis allows for the previous sperm to be removed.
    • Also enables the female to undergo bias fertilization of her eggs in favor of one mate's sperm over others.
      • Some females can forcefully eject the unwanted sperm from their reproductive tract to prevent fertilization.
      • Female ducks have a complex pathway to the egg, so it can be very difficult for unwanted sperm to fertilize the egg.
  • This process, termed post-copulatory sexual selection, coordinates evolutionary changes and is responsible for the creation of new biological species.
  • Previous research has only addressed precopulatory sexual selection as it is difficult to study ejaculate-ejaculate interactions and ejaculate-female interactions.
    • Takes place within the female and may involve complex biochemical, physiological, and morphological interactions.
    • Researchers overcame this by focusing on the phenotypic divergence between sister species in post-copulatory sexual selection to predict patterns of reproductive isolation and the mechanisms underlying such isolation.
  • Some species of animals can store sperm and use it when they are ready to reproduce
  • Sperm competition can also lead to Sperm Cooperation.
Here is an article concerning sperm cooperation in mice.

Sex Ratios

There is a normal sex ratio of 1:1 among most mammals and humans (although humans have roughly more males than females 107:100). The determination of the gender of an offspring can be chosen by certain animals. The temperature of the environment can determine the gender of offspring in certain turtle species (This article explains this). Males are a high risk high gain offspring to have, because they pass on more of their genetic material if they mate with multiple females, whereas females are a low risk choice, because they almost always reproduce but their

Comments

rbaskin1
Sep 26, 2013

I had never considered how integral sperm competition was to the formation of new species. Thank you for the interesting insights and articles you posted.

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03:22:12updated38added extra info about self-containing diseasesbscurrybscurry2013-11-18 03:18:20+00:002013-11-18 03:18:20updated37jsafkojsafko2013-11-18 03:08:38+00:002013-11-18 03:08:38updated36abarton6abarton62013-11-18 01:42:16+00:002013-11-18 01:42:16updated35alomasalomas2013-11-17 23:38:56+00:002013-11-17 23:38:56updated34Contentrbaskin1rbaskin12013-11-17 21:08:09+00:002013-11-17 21:08:09updated33rbaskin1rbaskin12013-11-17 21:07:24+00:002013-11-17 21:07:24updated32Added tag - virulencedmdauerdmdauer2013-11-17 21:06:34+00:002013-11-17 21:06:34addTag31Removed tag - evolutiondmdauerdmdauer2013-11-17 21:06:24+00:002013-11-17 21:06:24removeTag30Added tag - virus evolutiondmdauerdmdauer2013-11-17 21:06:22+00:002013-11-17 21:06:22addTag29dmdauerdmdauer2013-11-17 20:19:02+00:002013-11-17 20:19:02updated28rachel08rachel082013-11-17 18:47:54+00:002013-11-17 18:47:54updated27added a diagramduggan91duggan912013-11-17 14:25:10+00:002013-11-17 14:25:10updated26added cycles of 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21:25:36addTag14abutchabutch2013-11-14 21:01:55+00:002013-11-14 21:01:55updated13abutchabutch2013-11-14 20:58:35+00:002013-11-14 20:58:35updated12abutchabutch2013-11-14 20:47:44+00:002013-11-14 20:47:44updated11alomasalomas2013-11-13 18:34:01+00:002013-11-13 18:34:01updated10mia2016mia20162013-11-13 17:50:07+00:002013-11-13 17:50:07updated9Nicole Hill- hiv viral evolutionnhill19nhill192013-11-13 15:57:54+00:002013-11-13 15:57:54updated8Added an additional point of how growth rate corresponds to virulence within the point on More Virulent Pathogensagdeleoagdeleo2013-11-13 14:45:57+00:002013-11-13 14:45:57updated7kdv11kdv112013-11-13 13:42:02+00:002013-11-13 13:42:02updated6reemap26reemap262013-11-13 00:56:38+00:002013-11-13 00:56:38updated5khall12khall122013-11-13 00:15:24+00:002013-11-13 00:15:24updated4tvashitvashi2013-11-12 22:29:16+00:002013-11-12 22:29:16updated3abutchabutch2013-11-12 19:28:35+00:002013-11-12 19:28:35updated2First createdabutchabutch2013-11-12 19:18:06+00:002013-11-12 19:18:06created1wiki2013-11-25T22:18:09+00:00groups/evol3000/wiki/fbefaFalseViral Evolution/groups/evol3000/wiki/fbefa/Viral_Evolution.htmlduggan9192 updatesViral Evolution Origins of Viruses/ Viral Transmission Virus Origins: There is a lot of debate on this topic, but scientists have developed a few prop...Falseduggan912013-11-25T22:18:09+00:00mayabasumayabasu2013-11-25 03:26:27+00:002013-11-25 03:26:27updated224dmdauerdmdauer2013-11-25 01:08:29+00:002013-11-25 01:08:29updated223added a linkralbrechralbrech2013-11-25 00:06:17+00:002013-11-25 00:06:17updated222enanovenanov2013-11-18 04:30:22+00:002013-11-18 04:30:22updated221kdsouza9kdsouza92013-11-18 04:01:48+00:002013-11-18 04:01:48updated220article about sexual selectiongagirl11bgagirl11b2013-11-18 03:45:26+00:002013-11-18 03:45:26updated219fixed my own typokkogantikkoganti2013-11-18 02:46:23+00:002013-11-18 02:46:23updated218added article on sperm cooperationkkogantikkoganti2013-11-18 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03:47:43+00:002013-11-06 03:47:43updated192organization, deleted redundant titleddphanddphan2013-11-05 16:30:14+00:002013-11-05 16:30:14updated191edwards9edwards92013-11-04 04:19:18+00:002013-11-04 04:19:18updated190amanqua3amanqua32013-11-04 03:25:29+00:002013-11-04 03:25:29updated189samponssampons2013-11-04 03:22:57+00:002013-11-04 03:22:57updated188amanqua3amanqua32013-11-04 03:21:23+00:002013-11-04 03:21:23updated187grammarjsafkojsafko2013-11-04 02:48:38+00:002013-11-04 02:48:38updated186added a link about recent evolution has caused women to prefer the Beta males over the Alpha malescolby22colby222013-11-04 02:09:42+00:002013-11-04 02:09:42updated185kde04kde042013-10-31 10:40:40+00:002013-10-31 10:40:40updated184alhill9alhill92013-10-31 06:55:28+00:002013-10-31 06:55:28updated183kncox14kncox142013-10-31 03:32:47+00:002013-10-31 03:32:47updated182manuelabmanuelab2013-10-30 23:39:37+00:002013-10-30 23:39:37updated181bjenk07bjenk072013-10-30 21:48:03+00:002013-10-30 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15:20:45+00:002013-10-23 15:20:45updated127added a link about sexual seleciton and human sexual selectiongagirl11bgagirl11b2013-10-23 14:19:17+00:002013-10-23 14:19:17updated126tcard4tcard42013-10-22 17:19:41+00:002013-10-22 17:19:41updated125rtalleyrtalley2013-10-22 15:26:58+00:002013-10-22 15:26:58updated124rtalleyrtalley2013-10-22 15:25:32+00:002013-10-22 15:25:32updated123haislerkhaislerk2013-10-22 15:15:20+00:002013-10-22 15:15:20updated122haislerkhaislerk2013-10-22 15:14:49+00:002013-10-22 15:14:49updated121haislerkhaislerk2013-10-22 15:12:14+00:002013-10-22 15:12:14updated120haislerkhaislerk2013-10-22 15:09:22+00:002013-10-22 15:09:22updated119mbelyakombelyako2013-10-21 23:34:18+00:002013-10-21 23:34:18updated118Nicole Hill-Sexual section imagenhill19nhill192013-10-21 21:24:41+00:002013-10-21 21:24:41updated117ashleydgashleydg2013-10-21 03:25:30+00:002013-10-21 03:25:30updated116ashleydgashleydg2013-10-21 03:10:58+00:002013-10-21 03:10:58updated115ashleydgashleydg2013-10-21 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But I reorder and color coded the pagejlri228jlri2282013-10-21 00:53:54+00:002013-10-21 00:53:54updated109edit 2: changes to page layout and reordered the sections of page... jlri228jlri2282013-10-21 00:51:06+00:002013-10-21 00:51:06updated108proofreadingbscurrybscurry2013-10-21 00:51:06+00:002013-10-21 00:51:06updated107edit 1: major organizational changes to title, flow and order of contentjlri228jlri2282013-10-21 00:43:28+00:002013-10-21 00:43:28updated106mayabasumayabasu2013-10-21 00:38:36+00:002013-10-21 00:38:36updated105Added article about human sexual selectionjkabacijkabaci2013-10-20 23:49:22+00:002013-10-20 23:49:22updated104jkabacijkabaci2013-10-20 23:48:55+00:002013-10-20 23:48:55updated103tgetztgetz2013-10-20 23:21:16+00:002013-10-20 23:21:16updated102typo, article additionkkogantikkoganti2013-10-20 22:10:46+00:002013-10-20 22:10:46updated101rachel08rachel082013-10-20 21:37:20+00:002013-10-20 21:37:20updated100rachel08rachel082013-10-20 21:36:35+00:002013-10-20 21:36:35updated99added budding hydra photohaliejhaliej2013-10-18 18:18:38+00:002013-10-18 18:18:38updated98rewording and grammarhaliejhaliej2013-10-18 18:16:37+00:002013-10-18 18:16:37updated97chersh93chersh932013-10-18 16:19:29+00:002013-10-18 16:19:29updated96gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-18 13:16:41+00:002013-10-18 13:16:41updated95gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-18 13:15:17+00:002013-10-18 13:15:17updated94gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-18 13:15:03+00:002013-10-18 13:15:03updated93tcard4tcard42013-10-18 02:58:18+00:002013-10-18 02:58:18updated92tbrownetbrowne2013-10-17 20:33:56+00:002013-10-17 20:33:56updated91eyang13eyang132013-10-17 01:26:09+00:002013-10-17 01:26:09updated90abutchabutch2013-10-16 21:34:28+00:002013-10-16 21:34:28updated89najjar22najjar222013-10-16 19:24:58+00:002013-10-16 19:24:58updated88mendyhmendyh2013-10-15 01:29:57+00:002013-10-15 01:29:57updated87henkhenk2013-10-14 19:09:35+00:002013-10-14 19:09:35updated86Nicole Hill- Sexual Selection nhill19nhill192013-10-14 15:52:29+00:002013-10-14 15:52:29updated85karlin14karlin142013-10-14 15:33:23+00:002013-10-14 15:33:23updated84add video of praying mantisduggan91duggan912013-10-14 14:42:34+00:002013-10-14 14:42:34updated83tbrownetbrowne2013-10-14 04:53:36+00:002013-10-14 04:53:36updated82I took out bullet points in two sections and made them into paragraphswtownewtowne2013-10-14 03:50:38+00:002013-10-14 03:50:38updated81jnunez26jnunez262013-10-14 03:47:53+00:002013-10-14 03:47:53updated80added explanation of behavioral intersexual selectionjnunez26jnunez262013-10-14 03:42:14+00:002013-10-14 03:42:14updated79enanovenanov2013-10-14 03:34:16+00:002013-10-14 03:34:16updated78glynchglynch2013-10-14 03:08:05+00:002013-10-14 03:08:05updated77mreutermreuter2013-10-13 15:20:02+00:002013-10-13 15:20:02updated76tabedintabedin2013-10-13 01:33:19+00:002013-10-13 01:33:19updated75gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-12 13:06:48+00:002013-10-12 13:06:48updated74gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-12 13:06:23+00:002013-10-12 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and formatting for Traumatic Inseminationbennywbennyw2013-10-07 01:02:54+00:002013-10-07 01:02:54updated58Grammatical errors under selective selection and added bullets to intrasexual selection instead of dashes to match selective selection layout.jnunez26jnunez262013-10-07 00:57:35+00:002013-10-07 00:57:35updated57nikra91nikra912013-10-06 23:55:35+00:002013-10-06 23:55:35updated56Rearranged and made small word revisionslauren91lauren912013-10-06 23:50:04+00:002013-10-06 23:50:04updated55kde04kde042013-10-06 19:44:05+00:002013-10-06 19:44:05updated54xjwork17xjwork172013-10-06 18:49:35+00:002013-10-06 18:49:35updated53Added the link at the bottom describing sexual selection in ducksmanikmanik2013-10-06 18:03:03+00:002013-10-06 18:03:03updated52mbelyakombelyako2013-10-06 01:56:41+00:002013-10-06 01:56:41updated51tvashitvashi2013-10-05 15:04:51+00:002013-10-05 15:04:51updated50samponssampons2013-10-05 06:10:31+00:002013-10-05 06:10:31updated49shree7shree72013-10-04 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conflictahakimahakim2013-09-26 20:58:03+00:002013-09-26 20:58:03addTag35Added tag - intersexualahakimahakim2013-09-26 20:57:46+00:002013-09-26 20:57:46addTag34Added tag - reproductionahakimahakim2013-09-26 20:57:35+00:002013-09-26 20:57:35addTag33ahakimahakim2013-09-26 20:54:12+00:002013-09-26 20:54:12updated32Added new section on Leksmbelyakombelyako2013-09-26 01:28:39+00:002013-09-26 01:28:39updated31kevinmkkevinmk2013-09-23 13:10:19+00:002013-09-23 13:10:19updated30ebythekkebythekk2013-09-23 00:40:08+00:002013-09-23 00:40:08updated29csharmacsharma2013-09-19 20:26:51+00:002013-09-19 20:26:51updated28mbelyakombelyako2013-09-19 17:21:52+00:002013-09-19 17:21:52updated27mbelyakombelyako2013-09-19 17:18:57+00:002013-09-19 17:18:57updated26Added a new section: reproductive strategiesmbelyakombelyako2013-09-19 17:18:40+00:002013-09-19 17:18:40updated25Added more information on the benefits of asexual reproduction and sexual reproductionmbelyakombelyako2013-09-19 17:11:36+00:002013-09-19 17:11:36updated24ekeatingekeating2013-09-17 20:04:20+00:002013-09-17 20:04:20updated23Added tag - selectionearly312early3122013-09-17 15:05:43+00:002013-09-17 15:05:43addTag22early312early3122013-09-16 16:25:50+00:002013-09-16 16:25:50updated21henkhenk2013-09-16 14:56:31+00:002013-09-16 14:56:31updated20kdv11kdv112013-09-16 12:56:55+00:002013-09-16 12:56:55updated19dragonfly example addedduggan91duggan912013-09-16 05:26:47+00:002013-09-16 05:26:47updated18skanman3skanman32013-09-15 21:27:08+00:002013-09-15 21:27:08updated17rwstrongrwstrong2013-09-15 21:07:40+00:002013-09-15 21:07:40updated16smarte18smarte182013-09-15 21:05:21+00:002013-09-15 21:05:21updated15smarte18smarte182013-09-15 20:55:26+00:002013-09-15 20:55:26updated14corrected spelling and formatted pagejlri228jlri2282013-09-15 20:45:08+00:002013-09-15 20:45:08updated13jlri228jlri2282013-09-15 20:43:20+00:002013-09-15 20:43:20updated12For my second post for the week, I outlined a few types of sexual conflict and embedded youtube videos to explain the corresponding types of sexual conflict jlri228jlri2282013-09-15 20:41:56+00:002013-09-15 20:41:56updated11jlri228jlri2282013-09-15 20:25:03+00:002013-09-15 20:25:03updated10added links to outside sources to further explain sexual conflict jlri228jlri2282013-09-15 20:24:31+00:002013-09-15 20:24:31updated9added a paragraph on sexual conflictjlri228jlri2282013-09-15 20:21:03+00:002013-09-15 20:21:03updated8Added a few words in sexual reproduction to make sense pkyungpkyung2013-09-15 03:53:42+00:002013-09-15 03:53:42updated7Introduced topic of comparing sexual to asexual selectionmbelyakombelyako2013-09-15 03:30:30+00:002013-09-15 03:30:30updated6asian108asian1082013-09-14 03:29:23+00:002013-09-14 03:29:23updated5kevinmkkevinmk2013-09-14 02:04:59+00:002013-09-14 02:04:59updated4bjenk07bjenk072013-09-14 02:02:49+00:002013-09-14 02:02:49updated3naa92naa922013-09-14 01:17:00+00:002013-09-14 01:17:00updated2First creatednaa92naa922013-09-14 01:12:48+00:002013-09-14 01:12:48created1wiki2013-11-25T03:26:27+00:00groups/evol3000/wiki/543e6FalseSexual Selection/Conflict/groups/evol3000/wiki/543e6/Sexual_SelectionConflict.htmlmayabasu224 updatesSexual Selection/Conflict Sexual selection is a mode of selection that operates on an organism's ability to obtain a mate. Sexual selection allows some individuals to out com...Falsemayabasu2013-11-25T03:26:27+00:00Repairing bad index entrymayabasumayabasu2015-01-22 13:55:44+00:002015-01-22 13:55:44updated144Repairing bad index entrymayabasumayabasu2015-01-22 13:28:23+00:002015-01-22 13:28:23updated143mayabasumayabasu2013-11-25 03:23:57+00:002013-11-25 03:23:57updated142Linked "slot limits"rbaskin1rbaskin12013-11-25 03:19:05+00:002013-11-25 03:19:05updated141grammar/syntax and a linkrbaskin1rbaskin12013-11-25 03:16:06+00:002013-11-25 03:16:06updated140Linked hip displacia in caninesrbaskin1rbaskin12013-11-25 03:12:24+00:002013-11-25 03:12:24updated139Added tag - domesticated animalsrachel08rachel082013-11-25 03:09:53+00:002013-11-25 03:09:53addTag138rachel08rachel082013-11-25 02:56:50+00:002013-11-25 02:56:50updated137rachel08rachel082013-11-25 02:53:13+00:002013-11-25 02:53:13updated136eyang13eyang132013-11-22 18:06:03+00:002013-11-22 18:06:03updated135xjwork17xjwork172013-11-21 23:51:06+00:002013-11-21 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22:44:37+00:002013-10-11 22:44:37updated92leeshahkimLeeshah Kim2013-10-11 14:54:41+00:002013-10-11 14:54:41updated91gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-11 14:49:27+00:002013-10-11 14:49:27updated90gloriaszgloriasz2013-10-11 14:47:01+00:002013-10-11 14:47:01updated89added information on farm animals sectionmbelyakombelyako2013-10-10 18:18:28+00:002013-10-10 18:18:28updated88Organization of headersddphanddphan2013-10-10 15:12:14+00:002013-10-10 15:12:14updated87formattingmia2016mia20162013-10-09 17:26:10+00:002013-10-09 17:26:10updated86snoccersnoccer2013-10-09 14:23:28+00:002013-10-09 14:23:28updated85writer44writer442013-10-09 02:43:09+00:002013-10-09 02:43:09updated84cslidecslide2013-10-07 03:06:22+00:002013-10-07 03:06:22updated83nkamnkam2013-10-02 17:35:04+00:002013-10-02 17:35:04updated82nkamnkam2013-10-02 17:34:02+00:002013-10-02 17:34:02updated81nkamnkam2013-10-02 17:32:47+00:002013-10-02 17:32:47updated80made some formatting changesmia2016mia20162013-10-01 20:57:32+00:002013-10-01 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15:09:03+00:002013-09-29 15:09:03updated65kkogantikkoganti2013-09-29 02:17:35+00:002013-09-29 02:17:35updated64shree7shree72013-09-28 22:59:28+00:002013-09-28 22:59:28updated63alomasalomas2013-09-28 01:16:23+00:002013-09-28 01:16:23updated62gloriaszgloriasz2013-09-27 12:14:14+00:002013-09-27 12:14:14updated61added cat photo and bit about hypoallergenic and hairless specieshaliejhaliej2013-09-27 03:32:40+00:002013-09-27 03:32:40updated60edited/ cut/ rephrased *** section about dog inbreedinghaliejhaliej2013-09-27 03:20:10+00:002013-09-27 03:20:10updated59kristy7kristy72013-09-26 23:36:25+00:002013-09-26 23:36:25updated58gloriaszgloriasz2013-09-26 20:51:22+00:002013-09-26 20:51:22updated57rtalleyrtalley2013-09-26 15:57:14+00:002013-09-26 15:57:14updated56Added Examples from classddphanddphan2013-09-26 15:13:29+00:002013-09-26 15:13:29updated55added to dog sectiontcard4tcard42013-09-26 00:44:23+00:002013-09-26 00:44:23updated54achenachen2013-09-26 00:34:28+00:002013-09-26 00:34:28updated53reorganized a little bitlauren91lauren912013-09-24 17:23:33+00:002013-09-24 17:23:33updated52bpcroftbpcroft2013-09-24 13:28:11+00:002013-09-24 13:28:11updated51rwstrongrwstrong2013-09-24 03:19:39+00:002013-09-24 03:19:39updated50rwstrongrwstrong2013-09-24 03:02:24+00:002013-09-24 03:02:24updated49achenachen2013-09-23 22:11:53+00:002013-09-23 22:11:53updated48leeshahkimLeeshah Kim2013-09-23 22:08:58+00:002013-09-23 22:08:58updated47talathitalathi2013-09-23 20:51:07+00:002013-09-23 20:51:07updated46added detail to breeders equationduggan91duggan912013-09-23 15:00:22+00:002013-09-23 15:00:22updated45added link to bbc documentary on selective breeding in dogs jlri228jlri2282013-09-22 23:37:20+00:002013-09-22 23:37:20updated44sgamachesgamache2013-09-22 15:29:06+00:002013-09-22 15:29:06updated43grammarspenc90spenc902013-09-22 15:19:21+00:002013-09-22 15:19:21updated42sgamachesgamache2013-09-22 15:16:21+00:002013-09-22 15:16:21updated41kkogantikkoganti2013-09-22 03:35:05+00:002013-09-22 03:35:05updated40kkogantikkoganti2013-09-22 03:34:06+00:002013-09-22 03:34:06updated39Clarified that before genes were known about farmers still knew that some beneficial traits would be passed on to offspring. Saying that farmers intentionally bred cattle for traits but "unintentially utilized heretiablity" doesn't make senseadwomackadwomack2013-09-22 02:51:33+00:002013-09-22 02:51:33updated38general polishing and added additional informationbscurrybscurry2013-09-22 00:59:56+00:002013-09-22 00:59:56updated37asian108asian1082013-09-21 01:40:14+00:002013-09-21 01:40:14updated36kehoekkehoek2013-09-20 20:49:41+00:002013-09-20 20:49:41updated35added article link about Uga and description from the NY timeshaliejhaliej2013-09-20 20:09:00+00:002013-09-20 20:09:00updated34added bulldog transformation imagehaliejhaliej2013-09-20 20:05:10+00:002013-09-20 20:05:10updated33shaque3shaque32013-09-20 16:31:33+00:002013-09-20 16:31:33updated32alomasalomas2013-09-20 16:04:50+00:002013-09-20 16:04:50updated31henkhenk2013-09-20 14:43:48+00:002013-09-20 14:43:48updated30edited disease heterogeneity, added fox domestication studylauren91lauren912013-09-20 03:32:15+00:002013-09-20 03:32:15updated29kristy7kristy72013-09-20 02:44:56+00:002013-09-20 02:44:56updated28bevinbbevinb2013-09-20 01:15:42+00:002013-09-20 01:15:42updated27gloriaszgloriasz2013-09-20 00:34:06+00:002013-09-20 00:34:06updated26Added to FOODccranccran2013-09-19 21:08:37+00:002013-09-19 21:08:37updated25csharmacsharma2013-09-19 20:28:52+00:002013-09-19 20:28:52updated24added examplespjung24pjung242013-09-19 17:04:39+00:002013-09-19 17:04:39updated23bpcroftbpcroft2013-09-19 15:27:36+00:002013-09-19 15:27:36updated22karlin14karlin142013-09-19 15:16:14+00:002013-09-19 15:16:14updated21karlin14karlin142013-09-19 15:15:06+00:002013-09-19 15:15:06updated20Added Breeder's equationddphanddphan2013-09-19 15:07:05+00:002013-09-19 15:07:05updated19karlin14karlin142013-09-19 15:06:11+00:002013-09-19 15:06:11updated18kncox14kncox142013-09-19 14:23:30+00:002013-09-19 14:23:30updated17eyang13eyang132013-09-19 14:07:15+00:002013-09-19 14:07:15updated16eyang13eyang132013-09-19 13:59:54+00:002013-09-19 13:59:54updated15cass16cass162013-09-18 15:15:30+00:002013-09-18 15:15:30updated14mayabasumayabasu2013-09-18 14:59:37+00:002013-09-18 14:59:37updated13mendyhmendyh2013-09-18 14:33:25+00:002013-09-18 14:33:25updated12added bulldog stuff and fun fact about dog phenotypeslauren91lauren912013-09-18 03:10:55+00:002013-09-18 03:10:55updated11ekeatingekeating2013-09-17 20:00:37+00:002013-09-17 20:00:37updated10added a factmia2016mia20162013-09-17 19:30:50+00:002013-09-17 19:30:50updated9mia2016mia20162013-09-17 19:28:11+00:002013-09-17 19:28:11updated8artificial selection in dogsmattbossmattboss2013-09-17 15:12:03+00:002013-09-17 15:12:03updated7Added tag - selectionddphanddphan2013-09-17 15:06:02+00:002013-09-17 15:06:02addTag6Created Pageddphanddphan2013-09-17 15:02:53+00:002013-09-17 15:02:53updated5Added tag - artificial selectionddphanddphan2013-09-17 14:55:15+00:002013-09-17 14:55:15addTag4Added tag - selective breedingddphanddphan2013-09-17 14:55:09+00:002013-09-17 14:55:09addTag3Added tag - hotddphanddphan2013-09-17 14:55:04+00:002013-09-17 14:55:04addTag2First createdddphanddphan2013-09-17 14:55:00+00:002013-09-17 14:55:00created1wiki2013-11-25T03:23:57+00:00groups/evol3000/wiki/ce8b9FalseSelective Breeding or Artificial Selection/groups/evol3000/wiki/ce8b9/Selective_Breeding_or_Artificial_Selection.htmlmayabasu144 updatesSelective Breeding or Artificial Selection Artificial Selection is a form of selection in which humans actively choose which traits should be passed onto offspring. Humans have used selec...Falsemayabasu2013-11-25T03:23:57+00:00edit 9: formatting to the page... " articles, videos and diagrams section .. also added video about richard dawkinsjlri228jlri2282013-11-24 22:30:49+00:002013-11-24 22:30:49updated27added articlekkogantikkoganti2013-11-24 18:41:25+00:002013-11-24 18:41:25updated26grammarjsafkojsafko2013-10-27 21:18:58+00:002013-10-27 21:18:58updated25jnguyen1jnguyen12013-10-26 04:24:43+00:002013-10-26 04:24:43updated24jnguyen1jnguyen12013-10-26 04:23:32+00:002013-10-26 04:23:32updated23kehoekkehoek2013-10-25 19:56:42+00:002013-10-25 19:56:42updated22achenachen2013-10-24 21:34:03+00:002013-10-24 21:34:03updated21rewording and grammarhaliejhaliej2013-10-24 19:17:33+00:002013-10-24 19:17:33updated20grammar to parasite manipulate paragraphhaliejhaliej2013-10-24 19:16:59+00:002013-10-24 19:16:59updated19kristy7kristy72013-10-24 03:11:46+00:002013-10-24 03:11:46updated18Removed tag - phenotypeksuf615ksuf6152013-10-23 17:57:20+00:002013-10-23 17:57:20removeTag17Added tag - richard dawkinsksuf615ksuf6152013-10-23 17:57:09+00:002013-10-23 17:57:09addTag16Removed tag - dawkinsksuf615ksuf6152013-10-23 17:57:01+00:002013-10-23 17:57:01removeTag15added tags to pageksuf615ksuf6152013-10-22 15:20:17+00:002013-10-22 15:20:17updated14Added tag - dawkinsddphanddphan2013-10-22 15:20:06+00:002013-10-22 15:20:06addTag13Added tag - extended phenotypeddphanddphan2013-10-22 15:19:52+00:002013-10-22 15:19:52addTag12Organizationddphanddphan2013-10-22 15:04:17+00:002013-10-22 15:04:17updated11mayabasumayabasu2013-10-21 00:37:10+00:002013-10-21 00:37:10updated10typos, elaborationkkogantikkoganti2013-10-20 21:11:02+00:002013-10-20 21:11:02updated9added the 2nd and 3rd examples of EP described by Dawkinsjnunez26jnunez262013-10-20 18:20:05+00:002013-10-20 18:20:05updated8minor adjustments to 1st example of EPjnunez26jnunez262013-10-20 18:00:57+00:002013-10-20 18:00:57updated7added a pic of Dawkin's book and 1st example of EP that he describesjnunez26jnunez262013-10-20 17:55:12+00:002013-10-20 17:55:12updated6alomasalomas2013-10-20 14:19:09+00:002013-10-20 14:19:09updated5Created Pageddphanddphan2013-10-19 19:29:00+00:002013-10-19 19:29:00updated4Added tag - hotddphanddphan2013-10-19 19:28:59+00:002013-10-19 19:28:59addTag3Added tag - phenotypeddphanddphan2013-10-19 19:28:58+00:002013-10-19 19:28:58addTag2First createdddphanddphan2013-10-19 19:23:37+00:002013-10-19 19:23:37created1wiki2013-11-24T22:30:49+00:00groups/evol3000/wiki/94a1aFalseExtended Phenotype/groups/evol3000/wiki/94a1a/Extended_Phenotype.htmljlri22827 updatesExtended Phenotype An extended phenotype includes all of the traits that an organism has that can influence its fitness; the extended phenotype can include structures t...Falsejlri2282013-11-24T22:30:49+00:00hot/groups/evol3000/search/index.rss?sort=modifiedDate&kind=all&sortDirection=reverse&excludePages=wiki/welcomelist/groups/evol3000/search/?sort=modifiedDate&kind=all&sortDirection=reverse&excludePages=wiki/welcomeRecent ChangesRecentChangesListUpdates?sort=modifiedDate&kind=all&sortDirection=reverse&excludePages=wiki/welcome0/groups/evol3000/sidebar/RecentChangesListmodifiedDateallRecent ChangesRecentChangesListUpdateswiki/welcomeNo recent changes.reverse5searchlist/groups/evol3000/calendar/Upcoming EventsUpcomingEventsListEvents1Getting events…