Data from: Evolutionary rescue in populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens across an antibiotic gradient

Johan Ramsayer, Oliver Kaltz & Michael E. Hochberg
Environmental change represents a major threat to species persistence. When change is rapid, a population's only means of persisting may be to evolve resistance. Understanding such ‘evolutionary rescues’ is important for conservation in the face of global change, but also in the agricultural and medical sciences, where the objective is rather population control or eradication. Theory predicts that evolutionary rescue is fostered by large populations and genetic variation, but this has yet to be tested....
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