Data from: Compensatory adaptation and diversification subsequent to evolutionary rescue in a model adaptive radiation

Dong-Hao Zhou & Quan-Guo Zhang
Biological populations may survive lethal environmental stress through evolutionary rescue. The rescued populations typically suffer a reduction in growth performance and harbour very low genetic diversity compared with their parental populations. The present study addresses how population size and within-population diversity may recover through compensatory evolution, using the experimental adaptive radiation of bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens. We exposed bacterial populations to an antibiotic treatment; and then imposed a one-individual-size population bottleneck on those surviving the antibiotic...
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