Data from: Distinct cold tolerance traits independently vary across genotypes in Drosophila melanogaster

Mark Joseph Garcia, Aerianna S. Littler, Aditya Sriram & Nicholas Teets
The ability to cope with low temperature is a critical adaptation in thermally variable environments. Cold hardiness is comprised of several traits, including minimum temperatures for growth and activity, ability to survive severe cold, and ability to recover normal function after cold subsides. Across species, these traits are correlated and share physiological mechanisms, suggesting they were shaped by shared evolutionary processes. However, the extent cold hardiness traits and their associated mechanisms covary within populations has...
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