Data from: The other 96%: can neglected sources of fitness variation offer new insights into adaptation to global change?

Evatt Chirgwin, Dustin J. Marshall, Carla M. Sgro & Keyne Monro
Mounting research considers whether populations may adapt to global change based on additive genetic variance in fitness. Yet selection acts on phenotypes, not additive genetic variance alone, meaning that persistence and evolutionary potential in the near-term, at least, may be influenced by other sources of fitness variation, including non-additive genetic and maternal environmental effects. The fitness consequences of these effects, and their environmental sensitivity, are largely unknown. Here, applying a quantitative genetic breeding design to...
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