Life history Theory

Life history theory is a branch of ecology and evolutionary biology that aims to estimate and explain the actual observed patterns within life histories associated with living organisms. Bulmer Michael (1994) Theoretical Evolutionary Ecology. Life history theory is a theory of scientific evolution that seeks to go into detail aspects of organisms’ anatomy and behavior by mention of the the way that their life histories : including their reproductive system development and conducts, life span and post-reproductive behavior – are shaped by pure selection.