The Reptile Development Database is a compilation of scientific studies examining the impact of embryonic developmental conditions on phenotype in reptiles, containing approximately 10,000 trait datapoints. The database was assembled by an international team of researchers, and is publicly available for research use.
For more information: www.repdevo.com
Noble, Daniel W.A.;Stenhouse, Vaughn;Riley, Julia L;Warner, Daniel A.; While, Geoffrey M.; Du, Wei-Guo; Uller, Tobias and Schwanz, Lisa E. (2018) A comprehensive database of thermal developmental plasticity in reptiles. Scientific Data, in press.
While, Geoffrey M.; Noble, Daniel W.A., Uller, Tobias; Warner, Daniel A.; Riley, Julia L.; Du, Wei-Guo and Schwanz, Lisa E. (2018) Patterns of developmental plasticity in response to incubation temperature in reptiles Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, in press.
Noble, Daniel W.A.; Stenhouse, Vaughn and Schwanz, Lisa E. (2018) Developmental temperatures and phenotypic plasticity in reptiles: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Biological Reviews, 93: 72–97.