Data from: A high-throughput method to quantify feeding rates in aquatic organisms: A case study with Daphnia

Jessica Hite, Alaina Pfenning-Butterworth, Rachel Vetter & Clayton Cressler
Food ingestion is one of the most basic features of all organisms. However, obtaining precise — and high-throughput — estimates of feeding rates remains challenging, particularly for small, aquatic herbivores such as zooplankton, snails, and tadpoles. These animals typically consume low volumes of food that are time consuming to accurately measure. We extend a standard high-throughput fluorometry technique, which uses a microplate reader and 96-well plates, as a practical tool for studies in ecology, evolution,...
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