Data from: When to cut your losses: dispersal allocation in an asexual filamentous fungus in response to competition

Justin Y. Chan, Stephen P. Bonser, Jeff R. Powell & William K. Cornwell
Fungal communities often form on ephemeral substrates and dispersal is critical for the persistence of fungi among the islands that form these metacommunities. Within each substrate, competition for space and resources is vital for the local persistence of fungi. The capacity to detect and respond by dispersal away from unfavorable conditions may confer higher fitness in fungi. Informed dispersal theory posits that organisms are predicted to detect information about their surroundings which may trigger a...
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