Data from: Food availability modulates the effects of maternal antibodies on growth and immunity in young feral pigeons

Ahmad Ismail, Lisa Jacquin, Claudy Haussy, Samuel Perret & Julien Gasparini
It is now widely acknowledged that mothers can transfer their own immune experience to their progeny through the allocation of specific maternal antibodies (hereafter referred as MatAb) that can shape offspring phenotype and affect their fitness. However, the importance of environmental variability in modulating the effects of MatAb on offspring traits is still elusive. Using an experimental approach, we investigated how food availability interacted with MatAb to solve the trade-off between humoral immunity and growth...
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