This paper demonstrates that global warming and size-selective predation risk can independently shape Daphnia magna body stoichiometry, which are largely driven by changes in energy storage molecules. Also, the trade-offs between energy storage and rapid development and the increased investment in fecundity under size-selective predation could explain deviations from ecological stoichiometry predictions. Photo credit: Joachim Mergeay. Chao Zhang et al. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12573
In Focus by Shawn M. Wilder and Punidan D. Jeyasingh http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12573

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  1. Thanks a lot for sharing this Robin,Only after almost entirely listening the recordings of a 2 day seminar Jamie shared, I get the value of the link your share. And I see how these ideas make sense. So really big thanks   Do you know of some (online) communities with people exploring this su?erctb?Gejetings and Have a Nice Year !

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