Strong species differences in life-history do not predict oxidative stress physiology or sensitivity to an environmental oxidant

Nedim Tüzün, Sara Debecker & Robby Stoks
1. Species typically align along a fast-slow life-history continuum, yet it is not clear to what extent oxidative stress physiology can be integrated with this continuum to form a ‘pace-of-life syndrome’, especially so in invertebrates. This is important, given the assumed role of oxidative stress in mediating life-history trade-offs, and the prediction that species with a faster pace should be more vulnerable to oxidative stress. 2. We tested whether a species’ life-history pace, here represented...
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