Data from: Do immunological, endocrine and metabolic traits fall on a single Pace-of-Life axis? Covariation and constraints among physiological systems

 

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Title DataVersteeghetal_JEB_2012
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Description BMR, immune and corticosterone data used in the article by Versteegh et al. in Journal of Evolutionary Biology 2012
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Versteegh MA, Schwabl I, Jacqier S, Tieleman BI (2012) Do immunological, endocrine and metabolic traits fall on a single Pace-of-Life axis? Covariation and constraints among physiological systems. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25(9): 1864-1876. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1420-9101.2012.02574.x

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Versteegh MA, Schwabl I, Jacqier S, Tieleman BI (2012) Data from: Do immunological, endocrine and metabolic traits fall on a single Pace-of-Life axis? Covariation and constraints among physiological systems. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kf320
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