Data from: Effects of photoperiod on life-history and thermal stress resistance traits across populations of Drosophila subobscura

Neda N. Moghadam, Zorana K. Novicic, Cino Pertoldi, Torsten N. Kristensen & Simon Bahrndorff
Intro: Organisms use environmental cues to match their phenotype with the future availability of resources and environmental conditions. Changes in the magnitude and frequency of environmental cues such as photoperiod and temperature along latitudes can be used by organisms to predict seasonal changes. While the role of temperature variation on the induction of plastic and seasonal responses is well established, the importance of photoperiod for predicting seasonal changes is less explored. M&M: Here we studied...
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