Data from: Canalisation in the wild: Effects of developmental conditions on physiological traits are inversely linked to their association with fitness
Boonekamp, J. (Creator), Mulder, E. (Creator) & Verhulst, S. (Creator), University of Groningen, 3-Apr-2018
The data package contains one dataset:
- This file contains the nestling information, brood size manipulation, survival, and physiological measurements data.
|Date made available||3-Apr-2018|
|Publisher||University of Groningen|
|Geographical coverage||Groningen, The Netherlands|
|Access to the dataset||Open|
- oxidative stress, Developmental stress, growth, life history, phenotypic plasticity, somatic damage
Keywords on Datasets
Canalisation in the wild: Effects of developmental conditions on physiological traits are inversely linked to their association with fitnessBoonekamp, J. J., Mulder, E. & Verhulst, S., Jun-2018, In : Ecology Letters. 21, 6, p. 857-864 8 p.
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