Data from: Low-cost fluctuating-temperature chamber for experimental ecology

Sasha E. Greenspan, Wayne Morris, Russell Warburton, Lexie Edwards, Richard Duffy, David A. Pike, Lin Schwarzkopf & Ross A. Alford
Commercially available fluctuating-temperature chambers are large and costly. This poses a challenge to experimental ecologists endeavouring to recreate natural temperature cycles in the laboratory because the large number of commercial chambers required for replicated study designs is prohibitively expensive to purchase, requires a large amount of space and consumes a great deal of energy. We developed and validated a design for economical, programmable fluctuating-temperature chambers based on a relatively small (23 L) commercially manufactured constant...
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