Data from: Rapid divergence and convergence of life-history in experimentally evolved Drosophila melanogaster

Molly K. Burke, Thomas T. Barter, Larry G. Cabral, James N. Kezos, Mark A. Phillips, Grant A. Rutledge, Kevin H. Phung, Richard H. Chen, Huy D. Nguyen, Laurence D. Mueller & Michael R. Rose
Laboratory selection experiments are alluring in their simplicity, power, and ability to inform us about how evolution works. A longstanding challenge facing evolution experiments with metazoans is that significant generational turnover takes a long time. In this work, we present data from a unique system of experimentally evolved laboratory populations of Drosophila melanogaster that have experienced three distinct life-history selection regimes. The goal of our study was to determine how quickly populations of a certain...
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