Data from: Usefulness and limitations of thermal performance curves in predicting ectotherm development under global change

Khelifa R, Blanckenhorn W, Roy J, Rohner P, Mahdjoub H

Date Published: August 12, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fc75292

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Title Khelifa_et_al_Anim.Ecol.Data
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Description TPC Data: Provides the development rates for all temperature treatments and all species Temperature fluctuations: Provides the development rates derived from the temperature fluctuation experiment Predicted vs. observed rate: Provides the data for development rate derived from the TPC (predicted) and observed in the experiment Ratios and chilling: Provides data for the ratio between predicted and observed development rates and the number of days below the critical minimal temperature
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Khelifa R, Blanckenhorn WU, Roy J, Rohner PT, Mahdjoub H (2019) Usefulness and limitations of thermal performance curves in predicting ectotherm development under climatic variability. Journal of Animal Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.13077

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Khelifa R, Blanckenhorn W, Roy J, Rohner P, Mahdjoub H (2019) Data from: Usefulness and limitations of thermal performance curves in predicting ectotherm development under global change. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.fc75292
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