Data from: Evolution of differential maternal age effects on male and female offspring development and longevity

Elena C. Berg, Martin I. Lind, Ghazal Alavioon & Alexei A. Maklakov
1. Maternal age effects on life-history traits, including longevity, are widespread and can be seen as a manifestation of ageing. However, little is known about how maternal lifespan may influence the maternal age effect. At a given chronological age, a long-lived parent may be at a younger biological age than a short-lived parent, and thus have a less severe parental age effect. However, earlier work using experimentally evolved short- and long-lived lines did not support...
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