Support for the climatic variability hypothesis depends on the type of thermal plasticity: lessons from predation rates

Ying-Jie Wang, Robby Stoks, Arnaud Sentis & Nedim Tüzün
Plastic and evolutionary changes in traits related to biotic interactions are crucial for the local persistence of populations under global warming. Yet, how acute and developmental thermal plasticity evolve and shape predation rates has been poorly studied, especially in the context of latitude-driven thermal evolution. A powerful predictive framework is given by the climatic variability hypothesis (CVH) stating that thermal plasticity and acclimation capacity evolve to be higher in high-latitude populations because these are exposed...
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