Plasticity of growth rate and metabolism in Daphnia magna populations from different thermal habitats.

@article{Chopelet2008PlasticityOG,
  title={Plasticity of growth rate and metabolism in Daphnia magna populations from different thermal habitats.},
  author={J Chopelet and Pierre Blier and France Dufresne},
  journal={Journal of experimental zoology. Part A, Ecological genetics and physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={309 9},
  pages={553-62}
}
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of temperature on growth and aerobic metabolism in clones of Daphnia magna from different thermal regimes. Growth rate (increment in size), somatic juvenile growth rate (increment in mass), and oxygen consumption were measured at 15 and 25 degrees C in 21 clones from one northern and two southern sites. There were no significant differences in body size and growth rate (increase in length) at both 15 and 25 degrees C among the three sites. Clones… CONTINUE READING
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