Data from: Genetic and environmental variation in condition, cutaneous immunity, and haematocrit in house wrens

Scott K. Sakaluk, Alastair J. Wilson, E. Keith Bowers, L. Scott Johnson, Brian S. Masters, Bonnie G.P. Johnson, Laura A. Vogel, Anna M. Forsman & Charles F. Thompson
Background: Life-history studies of wild bird populations often focus on the relationship between an individual’s condition and its capacity to mount an immune response, as measured by a commonly-employed assay of cutaneous immunity, the PHA skin test. In addition, haematocrit, the packed cell volume in relation to total blood volume, is often measured as an indicator of physiological performance. A multi-year study of a wild population of house wrens has recently revealed that those exhibiting...
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