Data from: Paternal-effects in a terrestrial ectotherm are temperature dependent but no evidence for adaptive effects

Gasparini C, Lu C, Dingemanse N, Tuni C

Date Published: November 22, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ds68r

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Title fathers
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Description Sperm traits (number & viability), body weight (g) of male crickets (fathers) exposed to High (H) or Low (L) temperature since development (DEV) or since adulthood (AD)
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Title offspring hatching success
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Description Hatching success of offspring generated by male crickets (fathers - see main text) that were exposed to High (H) or Low (L) temperature since development (DEV) or since adulthood (AD)
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Title offspring survival
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Description Survival (at 7 weeks) for offspring generated by male crickets (fathers - see main text) exposed to High (H) or Low (L) temperature since development (DEV) or since adulthood (AD)
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Title offspring
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Description Sperm traits (number & viability), body weight (g) of male crickets (offspring - see main text) exposed to High (H) or Low (L) temperature. Also relative (_rel) values were calculated for those traits (see text for further details).
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Gasparini C, Lu C, Dingemanse NJ, Tuni C (2018) Paternal-effects in a terrestrial ectotherm are temperature dependent but no evidence for adaptive effects. Functional Ecology 32(4): 1011-1021. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.13022

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Gasparini C, Lu C, Dingemanse N, Tuni C (2017) Data from: Paternal-effects in a terrestrial ectotherm are temperature dependent but no evidence for adaptive effects. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ds68r
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