Data from: The effect of a competitor on a model adaptive radiation

Quan-Guo Zhang, Richard Ellis & H. Charles J. Godfray
The ecological forces shaping adaptive radiations are of great interest to evolutionary ecologists. Here we experimentally test the hypothesis that the diversification of a lineage should be limited in the presence of competition from another taxon. We do this by studying a model microbial adaptive radiation (the generation of phenotypic diversity in asexual lineages of the bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens) in the presence or absence of a competitor (Pseudomonas putida). In a spatially heterogeneous environment, the...
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