Data from: Rapid adaptation to high temperatures in Chironomus riparius

Quentin Foucault, Andreas Wieser, Ann-Marie Waldvogel, Barbara Feldmeyer & Markus Pfenninger
Effects of seasonal or daily temperature variation on fitness and physiology of ectothermic organisms and their ways to cope with such variations have been widely studied. However, the way multivoltines organisms cope with temperature variations from a generation to another is still not well understood and complex to identify. The aim of this study is to investigate whether the multivoltine midge Chironomus riparius Meigen (1803) responds mainly via acclimation as predicted by current theories, or...
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