Data from: Hatching asynchrony aggravates inbreeding depression in a songbird (Serinus canaria): an inbreeding-environment interaction

de Boer RA, Eens M, Fransen E, Müller W

Date Published: February 10, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tj3pd

 

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Title Growth data of inbred and outbred canary nestlings
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Description Data was collected on a captive group of canaries. The dataset contains weights of inbred (=parents are full sibling), and outbred (=parents are unrelated) canary chicks until 15 days after hatching. Hatching position, hatch date, nest identity, breeding cluster, survival until day 15, and sexe was additionally noted for each chick.
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de Boer RA, Eens M, Fransen E, Müller W (2015) Hatching asynchrony aggravates inbreeding depression in a songbird (Serinus canaria): an inbreeding-environment interaction. Evolution 69(4): 1063–1068. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12625

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de Boer RA, Eens M, Fransen E, Müller W (2015) Data from: Hatching asynchrony aggravates inbreeding depression in a songbird (Serinus canaria): an inbreeding-environment interaction. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tj3pd
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