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A decade of field physiology in Eagle Lake garter snakes

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posted on 2022-02-09, 18:55 authored by Kaitlyn HoldenKaitlyn Holden, Eric Gangloff, Anne BronikowskiAnne Bronikowski, David Miller, Ashley Hedrick, Carli Dinsmore, Alison Basel, Greta Kutz
These data include information on natural populations of western terrestrial garter snakes (Thamnophis elegans) with naturally occurring variation in life-history strategies. Data were collected over a 14-year period and include biomarkers of stress physiology. Specifically, there are both baseline and stress-induced maximal measures of plasma corticosterone, blood glucose, and immune cell distribution (heterophil-to-lymphocyte ratios)

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Integrated Physiological, Genetic and Demographic Responses to Long-Term Habitat Change

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The integration of cellular stress response, immune function and aging in long- and short-lived ecotypes of garter snake

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Collaborative Research: Evolution and Ecology of Aging in Natural Populations of Long-Lived Vertebrates

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