Data from: No measurable fitness cost to experimentally evolved host defense in the Caenorhabditis elegans-Serratia marcescens host-parasite system

McKenna J. Penley, Arielle B. Greenberg, Arooj Khalid, Sathvik R. Namburar & Levi T. Morran
Host susceptibility to parasites can vary over space and time. Costs associated with the maintenance of host defense are thought to account for a portion of this variation. Specifically, tradeoffs wherein elevated defense is maintained at the cost of fitness in the absence of the parasite may cause levels of host defense to change over time and differ between populations. In previous studies we found that populations of the host nematode, Caenorhabditis elegans evolved greater...
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