Physiological variation and phenotypic plasticity: a response to 'Plasticity in arthropod cryotypes' by Hawes and Bale.

Abstract

In a recent publication, Hawes and Bale provide an extended discussion of phenotypic plasticity in the context of low temperature responses of animals. They argue that phenotypic plasticity may be partitioned phylogenetically at several levels and go on to explore these levels, and cold hardiness strategies that they term cryotypes, which in their view… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.019349

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@article{Chown2008PhysiologicalVA, title={Physiological variation and phenotypic plasticity: a response to 'Plasticity in arthropod cryotypes' by Hawes and Bale.}, author={Steven L. Chown and Jesper Givskov S\orensen and Bradley J. Sinclair}, journal={The Journal of experimental biology}, year={2008}, volume={211 Pt 21}, pages={3353-7} }