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How do interactive maternal traits and environmental factors determine offspring size in Daphnia magna?

We develop an empirical model addressing interactive maternal and environmental effects on offspring size (OS) in Daphnia magna. OS significantly varied with multiple factors. Models addressing ecological questions regarding Daphnia populations should consider this natural variability in OS.

Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim., 50 1 (2014) 9-18
Published online: 2014-01-10

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