Data from: Demographic variability and heterogeneity among individuals within and among clonal bacteria strains

Lionel Jouvet, Alexandro Rodríguez-Rojas & Ulrich K. Steiner
Identifying what drives individual heterogeneity has been of long interest to ecologists, evolutionary biologists and biodemographers, because only such identification provides deeper understanding of ecological and evolutionary population dynamics. In natural populations one is challenged to accurately decompose the drivers of heterogeneity among individuals as genetically fixed or selectively neutral. Rather than working on wild populations we present here data from a simple bacterial system in the lab, Escherichia coli. Our system, based on cutting-edge...
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