Data from: Polymorphism at the Clock gene predicts phenology of long-distance migration in birds

Nicola Saino, Gaia Bazzi, Emanuele Gatti, Manuela Caprioli, Jacopo G. Cecere, Cristina D. Possenti, Andrea Galimberti, Valerio Orioli, Luciano Bani, Diego Rubolini, Luca Gianfranceschi & Fernando Spina
Dissecting phenotypic variance in life history traits into its genetic and environmental components is at the focus of evolutionary studies and of pivotal importance to identify the mechanisms and predict the consequences of human-driven environmental change. The timing of recurrent life history events (phenology) is under strong selection, but the study of the genes that control potential environmental canalization in phenological traits is at its infancy. Candidate genes for circadian behaviour entrained by photoperiod have...
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