Data from: Environmental influence on growth history in marine benthic foraminifera

Caitlin R. Keating-Bitonti & Jonathan L. Payne
Energy availability influences natural selection on the ontogenetic histories of organisms. However, it remains unclear if physiological controls on size remain constant throughout ontogeny or instead shift as organisms grow larger. Benthic foraminifera provide an opportunity to quantify and interpret the physicochemical controls on both initial (proloculus) and adult volumes across broad environmental gradients using first principles of cell physiology. Here, we measured proloculus and adult test dimensions of 129 modern rotaliid species from published...
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