Data from: Effects of early nutritional stress on physiology, life-histories and their trade-offs in a model ectothermic vertebrate

Kaitlyn G. Holden, Dawn M. Reding, Neil B. Ford & Anne M. Bronikowski
Early-life experiences can have far-reaching consequences for phenotypes into adulthood. The effect of early-life experiences on fitness, particularly under adverse conditions, is mediated by resource allocation to particular life-history traits. We examined the effects of early-life food restriction on growth, adult body size, physiology and reproduction in the checkered garter snake, Thamnophis marcianus. Animals were placed on one of two early-life diet treatments: normal-diet (approximating ad libitum feeding) or low-diet (restricted to 20% of body...
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