29 Works

Data from: Dispersal in a house sparrow metapopulation: an integrative case study of genetic assignment calibrated with ecological data and pedigree information

Dilan Saatoglu, Alina K. Niskanen, Markku Kuismin, Peter S. Ranke, Ingerid J. Hagen, Yimen G. Araya-Ajoy, Thomas Kvalnes, Henrik Pärn, Bernt Rønning, Thor Harald Ringsby, Bernt-Erik Sæther, Arild Husby, Mikko J. Sillanpää & Henrik Jensen
Dispersal has a crucial role determining eco-evolutionary dynamics through both gene flow and population size regulation. However, to study dispersal and its consequences, one must distinguish immigrants from residents. Dispersers can be identified using telemetry, capture-mark-recapture (CMR) methods, or genetic assignment methods. All of these methods have disadvantages, such as, high costs and substantial field efforts needed for telemetry and CMR surveys, and adequate genetic distance required in genetic assignment. In this study, we used...

Dataset for Collision of Dynamic Jamming Fronts in a Dense Suspension

Olav Rømcke, Ivo Peters & R. Jason Hearst
This dataset supports the publication: 'Collision of Dynamic Jamming Fronts in a Dense Suspension' by Olav Rømcke, Ivo R. Peters and R. Jason Hearst, Physical Review Fluids (2021)

Data from: Host-parasite dynamics shaped by temperature and genotype: quantifying the role of underlying vital rates

Marjolein Bruijning, Erlend Fossen, Eelke Jongejans, Héléne Vanvelk, Joost Raeymaekers, Lynn Govaert, Kristien Brans, Sigurd Einum & Luc De Meester
1. Global warming challenges the persistence of local populations, not only through heat-induced stress, but also through indirect biotic changes. We study the interactive effects of temperature, competition and parasitism in the water flea Daphnia magna. 2. We carried out a common garden experiment monitoring the dynamics of Daphnia populations along a temperature gradient. Halfway through the experiment, all populations became infected with the ectoparasite Amoebidium parasiticum, enabling us to study interactive effects of temperature...

Tetragnatha kauaiensis genome

José Cerca
Spiders (Araneae) have a diverse spectrum of morphologies, behaviours and physiologies. Initial attempts to understand the genomic-basis of this diversity are hindered by their large, heterozygous and AT-rich genomes with high repeat content resulting in highly fragmented, poor-quality assemblies. As a result, spider genomes’ key attributes, including gene family evolution, repeat content, and gene function, remain poorly understood. Here, we used Illumina and Dovetail Chicago technologies to sequence the genome of the long jawed spider...

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  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
  • Nord University
  • Uppsala University
  • University of Oslo
  • Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
  • Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive
  • University of Washington
  • Utah State University
  • The University of Texas at Austin