Bibliographical noteWe are grateful to four anonymous reviewers for their help in improving a previous draft of this manuscript and to the French Polar Institut (IPEV) for providing logistical support for this study through the programs 119 & 131. AS was self-funded during fieldwork, funded by the University of Angers during laboratory analyses, and was supported by a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship (#658085) and a ‘Turku Collegium for Science and Medicine' Fellowship at the time of writing.
- animal physiology
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Oxidative stress and mitochondrial responses to stress exposure suggest that king penguins are naturally equipped to resist stress
Stier, A. (Creator), Schull, Q. (Creator), Bize, P. (Creator), Lefol, E. (Creator), Haussmann, M. F. (Creator), Roussel, D. (Creator), Robin, J. (Creator), Viblanc, V. A. (Creator) & Paton, G. (Data Manager), Figshare, 15 May 2019