Data from: Plastic responses to competition: does bacteriocin production increase in the presence of nonself competitors?

Amrita Bhattacharya, Hannah Tae‐Young Pak, Farrah Bashey & Hannah Tae-Young Pak
Anticompetitor traits such as the production of allelopathic toxins can confer significant competitive benefits but are often costly to produce. Evolution of these traits may be facilitated by environment‐specific induction; however, the extent to which costly anticompetitor traits are induced by competitors is not well explored. Here, we addressed this question using bacteriocins, which are highly specific, proteinaceous anticompetitor toxins, produced by most lineages of bacteria and archaea. We tested the prediction that bacteriocin production...
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