Data from: Determinants and co-expression of anti-predator responses in amphibian tadpoles: a meta-analysis

Thomas Hossie, Kristen Landolt & Dennis L. Murray
A wide range of taxa respond to perceived predation risk (PPR) through inducible defenses, and many prey are capable of responding both behaviorally and morphologically to the same risk event. In cases where multiple defenses confer protection by independent means (i.e., they are mechanistically independent) responses will either be co-expressed, or the expression of one defense will limit the capacity (or need) to respond along another axis. Our ability to generate a broad understanding of...
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