Data from: Prenatal acoustic programming of mitochondrial function for high temperatures in an arid-adapted bird

Eve Udino, Julia George, Matthew McKenzie, Anaïs Pessato, Ondi Crino, Katherine Buchanan & Mylene Mariette
Sound is an essential source of information in many taxa and can notably be used by embryos to program their phenotypes for postnatal environments. While underlying mechanisms are mostly unknown, there is growing evidence for the implication of mitochondria – main source of cellular energy (i.e. ATP) – in developmental programming processes. Here, we tested whether prenatal sound programs mitochondrial metabolism. In the arid-adapted zebra finch, prenatal exposure to “heat-calls” – produced by parents incubating...
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