Data from: Dietary stress does not strengthen selection against single deleterious mutations in Drosophila melanogaster

Howard D. Rundle, Kelsie MacLellan, Lucia Kwan & Michael C. Whitlock
Stress is generally thought to increase the strength of selection, although empirical results are mixed and general conclusions are difficult because data are limited. Here we compare the fitness effects of nine independent recessive mutations in Drosophila melanogaster in a high- and low-dietary-stress environment, estimating the strength of selection on these mutations arising from both a competitive measure of male reproductive success and productivity (female fecundity and the subsequent survival to adulthood of her offspring)....
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