Data from: Biomarker of burden: feather corticosterone reflects energetic expenditure and allostatic overload in captive waterfowl

Johns DW, Marchant TA, Fairhurst GD, Speakman JR, Clark RG

Date Published: September 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dc37q

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Title Measurements of body mass, energy expenditure and feather corticosterone in captive Mallard ducklings
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Description This data set contains morphometric (body mass, feather size) and physiologic (daily energy expenditure, feather corticosterone) measurements obtained from female mallard ducklings, collected in a captive experimental setting. Four spreadsheets are contained within the .xlsx file, including: Legend - describes each of the variables; Treatments - body mass, duckling age and experimental treatment over all phases of the experiment; DEE - daily energy expenditure obtained from doubly labeled water; and Feathers - measures of feather corticosterone and feather size for both phase one and phase two
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Johns DW, Marchant TA, Fairhurst GD, Speakman JR, Clark RG (2017) Biomarker of burden: Feather corticosterone reflects energetic expenditure and allostatic overload in captive waterfowl. Functional Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12988

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Johns DW, Marchant TA, Fairhurst GD, Speakman JR, Clark RG (2017) Data from: Biomarker of burden: feather corticosterone reflects energetic expenditure and allostatic overload in captive waterfowl. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dc37q
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