Data from: Epistasis and maternal effects in experimental adaptation to chronic nutritional stress in Drosophila

Tadeusz J. Kawecki & Roshan Kumar Vijendravarma
Based on ecological and metabolic arguments some authors predict that adaptation to novel, harsh environments should involve alleles showing negative (diminishing return) epistasis and/or that it should be mediated in part by evolution of maternal effects. While the first prediction has been supported in microbes, there has been little experimental support for either prediction in multicellular eukaryotes. Here we use a line-cross design to study the genetic architecture of adaptation to chronic larval malnutrition in...
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