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Maternal effects in Columbian ground squirrels
The phenotype of an organism is the physical expression of its genotype and is a result of both the genetic makeup of an organism and the environment it experiences. An individual’s phenotype can also be affected by the ...
The evolution of milk composition and lactation strategy of the Columbian ground squirrel, Urocitellus columbianus
The evolution of parental care improved the efficiency of the reproductive process, allowing for the production of fewer offspring with a higher probability of survival. This adaptation is exemplified in the taxon named ...