Raw data used in: Variations in effects of ectosymbiotic microbes on the growth rates among different species and genotypes of Daphnia fed different algal diets

Xuan Zhang, Hajime Ohtsuki, Wataru Makino, Yasuhiko Kato, Hajime Watanabe & Jotaro Urabe
Several recent studies have shown that ectosymbiotic bacterial microbiota, including gut microbes, affect the growth and reproduction of Daphnia, a key organism in lake ecosystems. However, these studies examined specific species, such as the model organism, D. magna, and used green algae as food. It is unclear if symbiotic bacteria affect fitness in other Daphnia species common in lakes and ponds in Japan. In this study, we examined the growth rates of sterilized individuals of...
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