Data from: Morphology-function relationships and repeatability in the sperm of Passer sparrows

Emily R.A. Cramer, Terje Laskemoen, Even Stensrud, Melissah Rowe, Fredrik Haas, Jan T. Lifjeld, Glenn-Peter Sætre, Arild Johnsen & Glenn-Peter Saetre
Sperm performance is likely to be an important determinant of male reproductive success, especially when females copulate with multiple males. Understanding sperm performance is therefore crucial to fully understand the evolution of male reproductive strategies. In this study, we examined the repeatability of sperm morphology and motility measures over three breeding seasons, and we studied relationships between sperm morphology and function. We conducted this study in wild-derived captive house sparrows (Passer domesticus) and Spanish sparrows...
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