References in periodicals archive ?
Among the Naik, polyandrous Khasa of Kumaon in India, extra-marital sexual relations were so much that it had threatened the very durability of the family unit (Majumdar 1962).
1983: Population studies of the polyandrous spotted sandpiper.
Interestingly, Sculley and Boggs (1996) found that old females in some polyandrous species show a negative correlation between lifetime number of matings and frequency of mud puddling, indicating that male transfer of sodium may be important in polyandrous species.
Although females in all species had a higher proportion of their total resources allocated to abdomen than did males, this sexual difference was most profound in monandrous species and almost gone in heavily polyandrous species (table 1).
Of the species included above, the polyandrous species would fit equally well below.
In sections on wanton women in history and fiction, wanton women in drama, and women's songs and ballads, they consider such topics as the polyandrous empress: imperial women and their male favorites; the male homoerotic wanton woman in late Ming fiction; late Ming urban life and wanton women in Huang Fangyin's Short Plays; and turning the authorial table: women writing wanton women, shame, and jealousy in two Qing tanci.
1998) confirmed the polyandrous nature of this crab species by analyzing the contents of female spermathecae and finding multiple ejaculates from different males.
The Uniform Civil Code banning triple-talaq by Muslims hence becomes quite part of the argument of the Sangh Parivar that Muslims are breeding all too fast because if their polyandrous lifestyle and large families, and would overwhelm the Hindus in a short while, reducing them to a minority in their only home on earth.
Causative factors associated with Lingcod polyandrous behavior is a topic deserving of more attention.
However, the author is not in a position to surely say anything about the implications like polyandrous relationships and homosexual relationships because these depend on the mindset of the individuals.
Monogamy is strictly practiced in Cofan, Kichwa and Secoya communities, (18) and it is the norm among the Shuar, although they occasionally practice polygamy as well; (19) polygamous, polyandrous and monogamous mating schemes are all acceptable among the Waorani.