Data from: Evolutionary potential of morphological traits across different life-history stages

Audrey Bourret, Marc Bélisle, Fanie Pelletier & Dany Garant
Despite accumulating examples of selection acting on heritable traits in the wild, predicted evolutionary responses are often different from observed phenotypic trends. Various explanations have been suggested for these mismatches. These include within-individual changes across lifespan that can create important variation in genetic architecture of traits and selection acting on them, but also potential problems with the methodological approach used to predict evolutionary responses of traits. Here, we used an 8-year data set on tree...
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