Data from: The microbiota of diapause: how host-microbe associations are formed after dormancy in an aquatic crustacean

Alexandra A. Mushegian, Jean-Claude Walser, Karen E. Sullam & Dieter Ebert
1. A critical question in symbiosis research is where and how organisms obtain beneficial microbial symbionts in different ecological contexts. Microbiota of juveniles are often derived directly from their mother or from the immediate environment. The origin of beneficial symbionts, however, is less obvious in organisms with diapause and dispersal stages, such as plants with dormant seeds and animals in ephemeral or strongly seasonal habitats. In these cases, parents and offspring are separated in time...
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