Previous articleNext article No AccessNotes and CommentsDarwinian Fitness and Reproductive Power: Reply to KozlowskiJames H. Brown, Mark L. Taper, and Pablo A. MarquetJames H. Brown Search for more articles by this author , Mark L. Taper Search for more articles by this author , and Pablo A. Marquet Search for more articles by this author PDFPDF PLUS Add to favoritesDownload CitationTrack CitationsPermissionsReprints Share onFacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditEmail SectionsMoreDetailsFiguresReferencesCited by The American Naturalist Volume 147, Number 6Jun., 1996 Published for The American Society of Naturalists Article DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1086/285895 Views: 9Total views on this site Citations: 22Citations are reported from Crossref Copyright 1996 The University of ChicagoPDF download Crossref reports the following articles citing this article:Craig R. McClain, James P. Barry, Thomas J. 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