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Lukas Schuster and his supervisors, Craig White and Dustin Marshall, investigate whether changes in metabolic rates in response to different field environments are an example of adaptive phenotypic plasticity.
Published in Functional Ecology.
Plastic but not adaptive: habitat‐driven differences in metabolic rate despite no differences in selection between habitats
Published in Oikos.
Published in The American Naturalist.
Tess Laidlaw and her colleagues have found that females had a higher upper limit of thermal tolerance than males but, when infected with a pathogen, this difference disappeared.
Filip Ruzicka and Tim Connallon challenge the theory that the X chromosome is a ‘hot spot’ for sexually antagonistic genetic polymorphism
Published in Ecology and Evolution.
Published in New Phytology.