Consistent measures of oxidative balance predict survival but not reproduction in a long-distance migrant

Thomas Bodey, Ian Cleasby, Jonathan Blount, Graham McElwaine, Freydis Vigfusdottir & Stuart Bearhop
1. Physiological processes, including those that disrupt oxidative balance, have been proposed as key to understanding fundamental life history trade-offs. Yet examination of changes in oxidative balance within wild animals across time, space and major life history challenges remain uncommon. For example, migration presents substantial physiological challenges for individuals, and data on migratory individuals would provide crucial context for exposing the importance of relationships between oxidative balance and fitness outcomes. 2. Here we examined the...
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