Evolutionary mechanisms underpinning fitness response to multiple stressors in Daphnia

Maria Cuenca Cambronero, Jelena H. Pantel, Hollie Marshall, Tien T. T. Nguyen, Henar Tomero-Sanz & Luisa Orsine
Multiple stressors linked to anthropogenic activities can influence how organisms adapt and evolve. So far, a consensus on how multiple stressors drive adaptive trajectories in natural populations has not been reached. Some meta-analysis reports show predominance of additive effects of stressors on ecological endpoints (e.g. fecundity, mortality), whereas others show synergistic effects more frequently. Moreover, it is unclear what mechanisms of adaptation underpin responses to complex environments. Here, we use populations of the crustacean Daphnia...
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