Data from: Quantitative genetic variance in experimental fly populations evolving with or without environmental heterogeneity

Yuheng Huang, John R. Stinchcombe & Aneil F. Agrawal
Heterogeneous environments are typically expected to maintain more genetic variation in fitness within populations than homogeneous environments. However, the accuracy of this claim depends on the form of heterogeneity as well as the genetic basis of fitness traits and how similar the assay environment is to the environment of past selection. Here we measure quantitative genetic variance for three traits important for fitness using replicated experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster evolving under four selective regimes:...
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