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15 RIL CHC and gene factor means

Elizabeth Ann McGraw, Yixin Henry Ye, Brad Foley, Stephen F Chenoweth, Megan Higgie, Emma Hine & Mark W Blows
RIL line means for 12 genetic factors and 9 cuticular hydrocarbons for the line-mean analysis presented in Table 2.

oaks2011_crocodylia

Jamie R Oaks
Multi-locus alignment of DNA sequences from 79 crocodylians in nexus format. Gene regions are specified as character sets.

Appendix I

Juan L. Cantalapiedra, Manuel Hernández Fernández, Gema M. Alcalde, Beatriz Azanza, Daniel DeMiguel & Jorge Morales
Calculations of the Ghost Lineage Percentages for every branch of the supertree of Ruminantia. Age of Nodes and their numeration were taken from Hernández Fernández and Vrba (2005a). Number of branches according to figures in Appendix 2.

Toxicity and induction data

Silvia Bleuler-Martínez, Alex Butschi, Mattia A Garbani, Martin Wälti, Therese Wohlschlager, Eva Potthoff, Jerica Sabotiĉ, Jure Pohleven, Peter Lüthy, Michael O Hengartner, Markus Aebi & Markus Künzler
Includes raw data of toxicity and induction experiments mentioned in the manuscript. For more information refer to the ReadMe file.

Data from: Highly asymmetric fine-scale genetic structure between sexes of African striped mice and indication for condition dependent alternative male dispersal tactics

Nils Solmsen, Jes Johannesen & Carsten Schradin
Sex-biased dispersal is observed in many taxa, but few studies have compared sex-biased dispersal among and within populations. We addressed the magnitude and habitat dependency of sex-biased dispersal in social African striped mice by separating group-related from population-related genetic variance to understand the contribution of each sex to deme structure. As dispersal over unoccupied habitat is likely to be more costly than dispersal within a population, we predicted that individuals leaving the natal population have...

Data from: Interpreting the estimated timing of migration events between hybridizing species

Jared L Strasburg & Loren H Rieseberg
The question of whether speciation can occur in the presence of gene flow has long been a contentious one. However, measuring the amount and timing of gene flow remains challenging. The computer program IMA2 allows researchers to estimate the timing of migration events for each locus during analyses, and these estimates have been used to infer the timing of introgression and mode of speciation. We use simulated datasets to examine the degree to which gene...

Data from: Evolutionary advantage of small populations on complex fitness landscapes

Kavita Jain, Joachim Krug & Su-Chan Park
Recent experimental and theoretical studies have shown that small asexual populations evolving on complex fitness landscapes may achieve a higher fitness than large ones due to the increased heterogeneity of adaptive trajectories. Here we introduce a class of haploid three-locus fitness landscapes that allow the investigation of this scenario in a precise and quantitative way. Our main result derived analytically shows how the probability of choosing the path of the largest initial fitness increase grows...

Data from: DNA barcoding of the ichthyofauna of Taal Lake, Philippines

Sean Vincent L. Aquilino, Jazzlyn M. Tango, Ian Kendrich C. Fontanilla, Roberto C. Pagulayan, Zubaida U. Basiao, Perry S. Ong & Jonas P. Quilang
This study represents the first molecular survey of the ichthyofauna of Taal Lake and the first DNA barcoding attempt in Philippine fishes. Taal Lake, the third largest lake in the Philippines, is considered a very important fisheries resource and is home to the world’s only freshwater sardine, Sardinella tawilis. However, over-exploitation and introduction of exotic fishes have caused a massive decline in the diversity of native species as well as overall productivity of the lake....

consensus sequences

Sean Vincent L. Aquilino, Jazzlyn M. Tango, Ian Kendrich C. Fontanilla, Roberto C. Pagulayan, Zubaida U. Basiao, Perry S. Ong, Jonas P. Quilang, Sean Vincent L. Aquilino, Jazzlyn M. Tango, Ian Kendrich C. Fontanilla, Roberto C. Pagulayan, Zubaida U. Basiao, Perry S. Ong & Jonas P. Quilang
Consensus sequences of the COI barcodes of the fishes collected in Taal Lake, Philippines

bract-gland selection

W. Scott Armbruster, Yan-Bing Gong, Shuang-Quan Huang, W. Scott Armbruster, Yan-Bing Gong & Shuang-Quan Huang
Bee visitation to blossoms of Dalechampia bidentata in relation to area of resin gland and size of upper bracts.

Data from: Testing for differences in rates of speciation, extinction, and morphological evolution in four tribes of cichlids endemic to Lake Tanganyika, East Africa

Marie E. Hoerner
Patterns of morphological disparity yield important insight into the causes of diversification and adaptive radiation in East African cichlids. However, comparisons of cichlid disparity have often failed to consider the effects that differing clade ages or stochasticity may have on disparity before making interpretations. Here, a model of branching morphological evolution allows assessment of the relative contributions of differing turnover and morphological change rates, clade ages, and stochastic variation to the observed patterns of disparity...

Data from: Fecundity selection on ornamental plumage colour differs between ages and sexes and varies over small spatial scales

Timothy H. Parker, Teddy A. Wilkin, Iain R. Barr, Ben C. Sheldon, Louise Rowe & Simon C. Griffith
Avian plumage colours are some of the most conspicuous sexual ornaments, and yet standardized selection gradients for plumage colour have rarely been quantified. We examined patterns of fecundity selection on plumage colour in blue tits (Cyanistes caeruleus L.). When not accounting for environmental heterogeneity, we detected relatively few cases of selection. We found significant disruptive selection on adult male crown colour and yearling female chest colour and marginally nonsignificant positive linear selection on adult female...

Data from: Only helpful when required: a longevity cost of harbouring defensive symbionts

Christoph Vorburger & Alexandre Gouskov
Maternally transmitted symbionts can spread in host populations if they provide a fitness benefit to their hosts. Hamiltonella defensa, a bacterial endosymbiont of aphids, protects hosts against parasitoids but only occurs at moderate frequencies in most aphid populations. This suggests that harbouring this symbiont is also associated with costs, yet the nature of these costs has remained elusive. Here we demonstrate an important and clearly defined cost: reduced longevity. Experimental infections with six different isolates...

Data from: Epistasis, phenotypic disequilibrium and contrasting associations with climate in the land snail Theba pisana

Michael S. Johnson
Hotter conditions favour effectively unbanded (EUB) shells in the snail Theba pisana. T. pisana is also polymorphic for colour of the shell's apex, determined by a pair of alleles at a locus linked to the banding locus. Apex colour is epistatic to shell banding, such that banded snails with a dark apex have darker bands. Annual censuses over 22 years across an ecotone between a sheltered Acacia thicket and open dune vegetation showed a persistent...

ATP6_Alignment

Paulo B. Chaves, Vanessa G. Graeff, Marília B. Lion, Larissa R. Oliveira & Eduardo Eizirik

ImageData

Sean Vincent L. Aquilino, Jazzlyn M. Tango, Ian Kendrich C. Fontanilla, Roberto C. Pagulayan, Zubaida U. Basiao, Perry S. Ong, Jonas P. Quilang, Sean Vincent L. Aquilino, Jazzlyn M. Tango, Ian Kendrich C. Fontanilla, Roberto C. Pagulayan, Zubaida U. Basiao, Perry S. Ong & Jonas P. Quilang
Standard lengths, BOLD process ID of the fishes collected in Taal Lake, Philippines

final_tree

Stephen A. Smith, Jeremy M. Beaulieu, Alexandros Stamatakis & Michael J. Donoghue
The 55473 tip phylogeny in newick format presented in the paper.

Fig2AB

Alexandre Dell'Olivo, Maria Elena Hoballah, Thomas Gübitz, Cris Kuhlemeier, Alexandre Dell'Olivo, Maria Elena Hoballah, Thomas Gübitz & Cris Kuhlemeier
Fig2AB.xls provides the raw data used in figure 2 A and B.Data are presented into three sheets which show redundancy: Pax vs Pin: data obtained when germinated and ungerminated pollen grains either from P. axillaris or P. integrifolia were counted. Pax vs Phy: data obtained when germinated and ungerminated pollen grains either from P. axillaris or F1 hybrids were counted. Pin vs Phy: data obtained when germinated and ungerminated pollen grains either from P. integrifolia...

AFLP matrix

Giovanni Scopece, Anis Zitari, Ahmed N. Helal, Alex Widmer & Salvatore Cozzolino

Morphological Data Matrix

Giovanni Scopece, Anis Zitari, Ahmed N. Helal, Alex Widmer & Salvatore Cozzolino

Table_S1_online

Barbora Vošlajerová Bimová, Miloš Macholán, Stuart J E Baird, Pavel Munclinger, Petra Dufková, Christina M Laukaitis, Robert C Karn, Kenneth Luzynski, Priscilla K Tucker, Jaroslav Piálek, Barbora Vošlajerová Bimová, Miloš Macholán, Stuart J E Baird, Pavel Munclinger, Petra Dufková, Christina M Laukaitis, Robert C Karn, Kenneth Luzynski, Priscilla K Tucker & Jaroslav Piálek
Frequencies of M. m. musculus alleles for each locus and sampling site. Distance along the transect and effective number of alleles (Ne) are also given. h = hybrid index expressed as the frequency of musculus alleles averaged across the six diagnostic allozyme loci.

Fig1AB

Alexandre Dell'Olivo, Maria Elena Hoballah, Thomas Gübitz, Cris Kuhlemeier, Alexandre Dell'Olivo, Maria Elena Hoballah, Thomas Gübitz & Cris Kuhlemeier
Fig1AB.xls provides the raw data used in the figure 1, A and B. A: These data were obtained in Puerto Viejo (location 1), Uruguay and describe the weight (in g) of the P. integrifolia capsules obtained after having covered the flowers either during the day or night. B: These data were obtained in Rivera (location 2), Uruguay and describe the weight (in g) of the P. integrifolia capsules obtained after having covered the flowers either...

big_plants.tar

Stephen A. Smith, Jeremy M. Beaulieu, Alexandros Stamatakis & Michael J. Donoghue
The 55473 tip phylogenetic dataset including the extended phylip format alignment and the model file identifying the gene and partitions.

Data from: Female, but not male, tropical sparrows respond more strongly to the local song dialect: implications for population divergence.

Raymond Michael Danner, Frances Bonier, Paul R Martin, Thomas W Small, Ignacio T Moore & Julie E Danner
In addition to the observed high diversity of species in the tropics, divergence among populations of the same species exists over short geographic distances in both phenotypic traits and neutral genetic markers. Divergence among populations suggests great potential for the evolution of reproductive isolation and eventual speciation. In birds, song can evolve quickly through cultural transmission resulting in regional dialects, which can be a critical component of reproductive isolation through variation in female preference. We...

Summary data for the studies used in the meta-analysis of local adaptation (Table 1 from the publication)

Jason D. Hoeksema, Samantha E. Forde, Jason D. Hoeksema & Samantha E. Forde
This table contains the data used in this published meta-analysis. The data were originally extracted from the publications listed in the table. The file corresponds to Table 1 in the original publication.

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