Thermal effects vary predictably across levels of organization: empirical results and theoretical basis
Rezende, Enrico et al. (2020), Thermal effects vary predictably across levels of organization: empirical results and theoretical basis, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5hqbzkh49
Outbred Drosophila stocks were maintained for five generations in the laboratory, and flies from these stocks were then separated into four different temperature acclimation treatments. Individuals were randomly sampled and employed in measurements of hexokinase specific enzymatic activity, whole-organismal metabolic rate, maximum running speed and viability. All measurements encompass males and females from the same generation, and specific details regarding the procedures to estimate these variables are available in the original paper.
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