Data from: Variation in early life testosterone in a wild population of red deer

Alyson T. Pavitt, Craig A. Walling, Alan S. McNeilly, Josephine M. Pemberton & Loeske E. B. Kruuk
1. Individual differences in circulating hormone concentrations can affect life history traits throughout an animal’s life. Despite this, relatively little is known about the potential drivers or consequences of individual variation in hormone levels, particularly in early life. In animals showing maternal care, early development is often dependent on maternal characteristics and condition. It is therefore possible that individual hormone profiles early in life are dependent on condition-linked characteristics of the mother. 2. Using data...
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