Data from: Environmental effects on the detection of adaptation

Sara Magalhães, Elodie Blanchet, Martijn Egas & Isabelle Olivieri
Detecting adaptation involves comparing the performance of populations evolving in different environments. This detection may be confounded by effects due to the environment experienced by organisms prior to the test. We tested whether such confounding effects occur, using spider-mite selection lines on two novel hosts and one ancestral host, after 15 generations of selection. Mites were either sampled directly from the selection lines, or subjected to a common juvenile or to a common maternal environment,...
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