Data from: How symbiosis and ecological context influence the variable expression of transgenerational wing induction upon fungal infection of aphids

Wen-Hao Tan, Miguel L. Reyes, Kim L. Hoang, Tarik Acevedo, Fredrick Leon, Joshua D. Barbosa & Nicole M. Gerardo
Aphids, like most animals, mount a diverse set of defenses against pathogens. For aphids, two of the best studied defenses are symbiont-conferred protection and transgenerational wing induction. Aphids can harbor bacterial symbionts that provide protection against pathogens, parasitoids and predators, as well as against other environmental stressors. In response to signals of danger, aphids also protect not themselves but their offspring by producing more winged than unwinged offspring as a way to ensure that their...
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