Costs, Benefits And The Evolution Of Inducible Defences: A Case Study With Daphnia Pulex

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Blackwell Publishing
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2008, 21 (3), pp. 705 - 715
Issue Date:
2008-01
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Phenotypic plasticity is one major source of variation in natural populations. Inducible defences, which can be considered threshold traits, are a form of plasticity that generates ecological and evolutionary consequences. A simple cost-benefit model und
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