Data from: Maternal diet and age alter direct and indirect relationships between life history traits across multiple generations

Jared M. Goos, Cameron J. Swain, Stephan B. Munch & Matthew R. Walsh
1. Maternal age has important consequences for offspring fitness, with influences on size, development, and reproductive schedules. Such maternal age effects may be driven by differential provisioning of resources, yet little is known about the role of environmental supply of nutritional resources in mediating such effects. 2. We tested the influence of limiting nutritional resource, dietary phosphorus (P), on maternal age effects across multiple generations by examining the potential interactive effects of maternal nutrition and...
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