Data from: Trade-offs between water loss and gas exchange influence habitat suitability of a woodland salamander

Eric A. Riddell, Jared McPhail, Jason D. Damm & Michael W. Sears
1. Reversible acclimation increases resilience to environmental stress, but acclimation may have hidden costs due to underlying links between related physiological traits. Interactions between physiological traits might result in trade-offs that undermine whole-organism performance if the change in a related trait reduces the net benefits of acclimation or increases susceptibility to alternative environmental stressors. 2. Metabolic rate and water loss rate are two fundamental physiological traits that could interact due to their dependence on gas...
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