The mating system affects the temperature sensitivity of male and female fertility

Julian Baur, Dorian Jagusch, Piotr Michalak, Mareike Koppik & David Berger
1. To mitigate effects of climate change it is important to understand species’ responses to increasing temperatures. This has often been done by studying survival or activity at temperature extremes. Before such extremes are reached, however, effects on fertility may already be apparent. 2. Sex differences in the thermal sensitivity of fertility (TSF) could impact species persistence under climate warming because female fertility is typically more limiting to population growth than male fertility. However, little...
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