Data from: Dose-dependent effects of an immune challenge at both ultimate and proximate levels in Drosophila melanogaster

Magdalena Nystrand & Damian K. Dowling
Immune responses are highly dynamic. The magnitude and efficiency of an immune response to a pathogen can change markedly across individuals, and such changes may be influenced by variance in a range of intrinsic (e.g. age, genotype, sex) and external (e.g. abiotic stress, pathogen identity, strain) factors. Life history theory predicts that up-regulation of the immune system will come at a physiological cost, and studies have confirmed that increased investment in immunity can reduce reproductive...
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