Data from: Endocrine phenotype, reproductive success and survival in the great tit, Parus major

Jenny Q. Ouyang, Peter Sharp, Michael Quetting & Michaela Hau
A central goal in evolutionary ecology is to characterize and identify selection patterns on the optimal phenotype in different environments. Physiological traits, such as hormonal responses, provide important mechanisms by which individuals can adapt to fluctuating environmental conditions. It is therefore expected that selection shapes hormonal traits, but the strength and the direction of selection on plastic hormonal signals are still under investigation. Here, we determined whether, and in which way, selection is acting on...
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