Data from: The influence of multiple functional demands on morphological diversification: A test on turtle shells

Charles Tristan Stayton, Lauren F. O'Conner, Nicole Marie Nisivoccia & Lauren F. O'Connor
Organismal parts are often involved in the performance of more than one function. The role of trade-offs in influencing phenotypic evolution of such parts is well-studied; less well-understood is their role in influencing phenotypic diversity. Increases in the number of functions a part is involved in may inhibit subsequent diversification, as the number of trade-offs increases. Alternately, such an increase might promote phenotypic diversification, by increasing adaptive landscape complexity and promoting specialization for different roles....
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