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Transitions in paternal dominance regulate offspring growth and metabolic transcription
ABSTRACTParental effects are an important source of adaptive traits. By contrast, parental effects failing to regulate offspring phenotype to fit current conditions could be deleterious. Although adaptive parental responses to single cues have been identified, we lack an understanding of the reversibility of parental effects across breeding cycles in a fluctuating environment. Social status of parents can occasionally fluctuate and, in turn, influence high-fitness pathways available todoi:10.1101/443317 fatcat:xft3pmbnnrb3td7lx464pbnezm