Data from: Maternal effects are no match for stressful conditions: a test of the maternal match hypothesis in a common zooplankter.

Jessica E. Beyer & K. David Hambright
1. Maternal effects modulate population responses to environmental conditions and so are predicted to play a large role in the responses of organisms to global change. 2. In response to one such aspect of global change, the eutrophication of freshwaters and associated blooms of the toxin-producing cyanobacteria species Microcystis aeruginosa, the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus produces larger offspring. 3. We hypothesized that rotifers exposed to Microcystis may be adaptively increasing offspring investment and offspring fitness (i.e....
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