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Larval Development Rates

Jack Forster, Andrew G. Hirst & Guy Woodward

Basson et al data

C Helene Basson, Casper Nyamukondiwa & John S Terblanche
Survival, fecundity and metabolic rate data for two treatment groups (hardened and control).

P (covariance matrices)

Jason J. Kolbe, Liam J. Revell, Brian Szekely, & Jonathan B Losos
Phenotypic covariance matrices for 18 morphological traits for the 8 Anolis species and pooled P.

female thorax size

Laurence D. Mueller & Larry G. Cabral
Each line in this file correspond to the thorax size for one female. In addition to her size there is information about the (i)block, (ii) population, (iii) selection regime, and (iv) yeast level.

Data from: Female reproductive competition in Eulemur rufifrons: eviction and reproductive restraint in a plurally breeding Malagasy primate

Peter M. Kappeler & Claudia Fichtel
In mammals with female philopatry, co-resident females inevitably compete with each other for resources or reproductive opportunities, thereby reducing the kin-selected benefits of altruism towards relatives. These counteracting forces of cooperation and competition among kin should be particularly pronounced in plurally breeding species with limited alternative breeding opportunities outside the natal group. However, little is still known about the costs of reproductive competition on females’ fitness and the victims’ potential counter-strategies. Here we summarize long-term...

Data SH4 Dryad data sharing

Silvie Huijben, Derek G. Sim, William A. Nelson & Andrew F. Read
Data file of the experiment 'SH4'. Samples are from mice infected with a resistant Plasmodium chabaudi clone in the absence of competition and with various combinations of up to three susceptible clones. Daily samples were taken on red blood cell density, weight, asexual parasite density of each clone (by qPCR) and gametocyte density of clone R (by qPCR). The description of the column headings are all given as comments in the excel file.

Role of inhaled hypertonic saline in cystic fibrosis - Appendix

Dayton Dmello, Ravi P Nayak & George M Matuschak

Figure 1 and Table 4 71811

Lizabeth Bowen, A. Keith Miles, Michael Murray, Martin Haulena, Judy Tuttle, William Van Bonn, Lance Adams, James Bodkin, Brenda Ballachey, James L Estes, M Tim Tinker, Robin Keister & Jeffery L Stott

Dryad Evo 11-0373

Lyndon Alexander Jordan & Robert C Brooks
Excel spreadsheet of observational data imported from JWatcher. Separate tabs for 'consensual' and 'coercive' mating attempts.

data_model_3

Lars Kulik, Laura Muniz, Roger Mundry & Anja Widdig
Input data for model 3.

Stickleback age and otolith growth data

Eric B. Taylor, Carling Gerlinsky, Nicole Farrell & Jennifer L. Gow
The file is an excel spreadsheet with different tabs holding data for stickleback fish, their estimated ages (from otolith growth ring counts) and the size of the otolith used to age the fish, from which otolith growth rates were calculated. Also shown are the id's of each fish and their estimated admixture/hybridity coefficients.

Rasmussen et al data file

Joseph B. Rasmussen, Michael D. Robinson, Alice Hontela & Daniel D. Heath
The data set contains a number of measurements of metabolic traits measured on field caught fish (oxygen consumption rate, white muscle LDH and CS, and plasma acetylcholinesterase, together with the genotypes (pure rainbow trout, pure cutthroat trout or hybrid) body size data and the elevation of the site at which each was captured. These were the data used to generate the models presented in the paper.

data_linkagemap

Holger Schielzeth, Bart Kempenaers, Hans Ellegren & Wolfgang Forstmeier
Genetic positions of SNP markers on the linkage map. Physical positions are published in Backström, N., Forstmeier, W., Schielzeth, H., Mellenius, H., Nam, K., Bolund, E., Webster, M. T., Öst, T., Schneider, M., Kempenaers, B., Ellegren, H., 2010. The recombinational landscape of the zebra finch Taeniopygia guttata genome. Genome Research. 20, 485-495. doi: 10.1101/gr.101410.109.

Data from: Population genetic structure and secondary symbionts in host-associated populations of the pea aphid complex

Julia Ferrari, Joan A West, Sara Via & H. Charles J. Godfray
Polyphagous insect herbivores experience different selection pressures on their various host plant species. How this affects population divergence and speciation may be influenced by the bacterial endosymbionts that many harbor. Here, we study the population structure and symbiont community of the pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum), which feeds on a range of legume species and is known to form genetically differentiated host-adapted populations. Aphids were collected from eight legume genera in England and Germany. Extensive host...

aphid genotyping symbiont data

Julia Ferrari, Joan A West, Sara Via & H. Charles J. Godfray
This file contains data on each aphid clone: Information on origin: country and plant genus. Information on performance where applicable: plant species that the aphid clone is specialised on (as defined in the paper). Haplotypes for each of the nine markers. Presence/absence for each of the six symbiont species.

Data from: Interspecific hybridization transfers a previously unknown glyphosate resistance mechanism in Amaranthus species

Todd A Gaines, Sarah M Ward, Bekir Bukun, Christopher Preston, Jan E Leach & Philip Westra
A previously unknown glyphosate resistance mechanism, amplification of the 5-enolpyruvyl shikimate-3-phosphate synthase (EPSPS) gene, was recently reported in Amaranthus palmeri. This evolved mechanism could introgress to other weedy Amaranthus species through interspecific hybridization, representing an avenue for acquisition of a novel adaptive trait. The objective of this study was to evaluate the potential for this glyphosate resistance trait to transfer via pollen from A. palmeri to five other weedy Amaranthus species (A. hybridus, A. powellii,...

ReadMe

Todd A Gaines, Sarah M Ward, Bekir Bukun, Christopher Preston, Jan E Leach & Philip Westra

Data from: Hybridization and invasion: an experimental test with diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa Lam.)

Amy C Blair, Dana Blumenthal & Ruth A Hufbauer
A number of studies have suggested a link between hybridization and invasion. In this study, we experimentally test the potential for hybridization to influence invasion through a greenhouse common garden study. Diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa Lam.) was introduced to North America with admixture from spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe subsp. stoebe L.). Comparisons between North American diffuse knapweed (including hybrid phenotypes) and native (European) diffuse knapweed in a common garden did not reveal enhanced performance or...

BAP_21

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Baskura Peninsula (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

CS_10.0

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Cape Sabler (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

CS_10.3

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Cape Sabler (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

FI_5

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Federov Islands (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

ORV_2.8

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from permafrost sediments: site Ovrazhny Peninsula (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

UTRD_4.4

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from permafrost sediments: site Upper Taymyr River delta (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

Data from: Nonspecific PCR amplification by high-fidelity polymerases: implications for next-generation sequencing of AFLP markers.

Alan Brelsford, Hélène Collin, Nicolas Perrin & Luca Fumagalli
High-fidelity “proofreading” polymerases are often used in library construction for next-generation sequencing projects, in an effort to minimize errors in the resulting sequence data. The increased template fidelity of these polymerases can come at the cost of reduced template specificity, and library preparation methods based on the AFLP technique may be particularly susceptible. Here, we compare AFLP profiles generated with standard Taq and two versions of a high-fidelity polymerase. We find that Taq produces fewer...

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