Data from: Plasticity in gene transcription explains the differential performance of two invasive fish species

Kyle W. Wellband & Daniel D. Heath
Phenotypic plasticity buffers organisms from environmental change and is hypothesized to aid the initial establishment of non-indigenous species in novel environments and post-establishment range expansion. The genetic mechanisms that underpin phenotypically plastic traits are generally poorly characterized; however, there is strong evidence that modulation of gene transcription is an important component of these responses. Here we use RNA sequencing to examine the transcriptional basis of temperature tolerance for round and tubenose goby, two non-indigenous fish...
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