Phenotypic Resonance from a Single Meal in an Insectivorous Lizard

@article{Massot2013PhenotypicRF,
  title={Phenotypic Resonance from a Single Meal in an Insectivorous Lizard},
  author={Manuel Massot and Pedro Luis Aragon},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={1320-1323}
}
Environmental variations are usually thought to require a nonanecdotal intensity or duration to have major effects on individuals and evolutionary outputs. However, environmental variations of weak intensity and short duration could be of major importance when they influence key targets or critical stages. Because conditions experienced early in life can be critical determinants of life history trajectories, especially early nutrition, we tested this hypothesis by experimentally manipulating… CONTINUE READING
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