Links between parental life histories of wild salmon and the telomere lengths of their offspring.

Abstract

The importance of parental contributions to offspring development and subsequent performance is self-evident at a genomic level; however, parents can also affect offspring fitness by indirect genetic and environmental routes. The life history strategy that an individual adopts will be influenced by both genes and environment; and this may have important… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/mec.14467

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