Data from: Sex-dependent evolution of life-history traits following adaptation to climate warming

Björn Rogell, William Widegren, Lára R. Hallsson, David Berger, Mats Björklund & Alexei A. Maklakov
1. Thermodynamic processes increase metabolic rate and decrease longevity at high temperatures in ectotherms. However, how sustained long-term increase in temperature affects the evolution of longevity is poorly understood. 2. Stress theory of ageing predicts that increased longevity is positively genetically correlated with resistance to different types of environmental stressors implying that evolutionary trajectories of ageing may be mediated by correlative selection for robust phenotypes under thermal stress. 3. Here, we test this hypothesis by...
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