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Data from: Unraveling the evolutionary radiation of the families of the Zingiberales using morphological and molecular evidence

W. John Kress, Linda M. Prince, William J. Hahn & Elizabeth A. Zimmer
The Zingiberales are a tropical group of monocotyledons that includes the bananas, gingers and their relatives. The phylogenetic relationships among the currently recognized eight families are investigated here using parsimony and maximum likelihood analyses of four character sets: 1) morphological features; and sequence data of the 2) chloroplast rbcL gene; 3) chloroplast atpB gene; and 4) nuclear 18S rDNA gene. Outgroups for the analyses include the closely related Commelinaceae + Philydraceae + Haemodoraceae + Pontederiaceae...

Appendix 3-3

John J. Wiens & Tonya A. Penkrot

Appendix 3-6

John J. Wiens & Tonya A. Penkrot

Appendix 1-4

John J. Wiens & Tonya A. Penkrot

Price and Gittleman Data Set

Samantha A. Price & John L. Gittleman

Marvaldi et al Data Set

Charles W. O'Brien, Brian D. Farrell, Adriana E. Marvaldi, Andrea S. Sequeira, Charles W. O'Brien, Brian D. Farrell, Adriana E. Marvaldi & Andrea S. Sequeira

Morando et al Appendix 1

Mariana Morando, Luciano J. Avila, Jack W Sites, Mariana Morando, Luciano J. Avila & Jack W Sites

Morando et al Appendix 2

Mariana Morando, Luciano J. Avila, Jack W Sites, Mariana Morando, Luciano J. Avila & Jack W Sites

Eurycea DNA/SSR Data Set

John J. Wiens, Paul T. Chippindale, David M. Hillis, John J. Wiens, Paul T. Chippindale & David M. Hillis

Table A4 - Results of phylogeny search to check putative speciation events

Yael Kisel, Tim G Barraclough, Yael Kisel & Tim G Barraclough

SAS code

Greg Gibson, Rebecca Riley-Berger, Larry Harshman, Artyom Kopp, Scott Vacha, Sergey Nuzhdin, Marta Wayne, Greg Gibson, Rebecca Riley-Berger, Larry Harshman, Artyom Kopp, Scott Vacha, Sergey Nuzhdin & Marta Wayne
A Word file showing SAS-MAS code for the basic model and two different sets of Difference estimates

Supplementary Figure 4

Wen-Ping Hsieh, Tzu-Ming Chu, Russell D. Wolfinger, Greg Gibson, Wen-Ping Hsieh, Tzu-Ming Chu, Russell D. Wolfinger & Greg Gibson

Supplementary Table 5

Arnar Palsson, Ann Rouse, Rebecca Riley-Berger, Ian Dworkin & Greg Gibson
Effect of sample size on estimation of Fst statistics

Supplementary Figure 4

Arnar Palsson, Ann Rouse, Rebecca Riley-Berger, Ian Dworkin & Greg Gibson
LD plot for all common polymorphisms

Supplementary Table 3

Arnar Palsson, Ann Rouse, Rebecca Riley-Berger, Ian Dworkin & Greg Gibson
Effect of sample size on estimation of nucleotide diversity

Supplementary Data 1

Arnar Palsson, Greg Gibson, Arnar Palsson & Greg Gibson

Supplementary Table 1

Erin Kennerly, Susanne Thomson, Natasha Olby, Matthew Breen, Greg Gibson, Erin Kennerly, Susanne Thomson, Natasha Olby, Matthew Breen & Greg Gibson

Supplementary Table 4

Jennifer M. Moser, Tori Freitas, Prema Arasu, Greg Gibson, Jennifer M. Moser, Tori Freitas, Prema Arasu & Greg Gibson

Supplementary Figure 5

Diego Fajardo, Raul Castillo, Alberto Salas, David M. Spooner, Diego Fajardo, Raul Castillo, Alberto Salas & David M. Spooner
Canonical Descriminant Analysis (excluding the outliers S. contumazaense, S. longiconicum, and S. trinitense) using just the 28 normally distributed morphological characters of members of ser. Conicibaccata and Piurana and 35 normally distributed morphological characters of only members of ser. Conicibaccata

Supplementary Figure 8

Diego Fajardo, Raul Castillo, Alberto Salas, David M. Spooner, Diego Fajardo, Raul Castillo, Alberto Salas & David M. Spooner
Means, ranges, and one standard deviation of the mean for five of the 17 morphological characters determined by Stepwise Discriminant Analysis to discriminate members of ser. Conicibaccata from members of ser. Piurana

Data from: The adaptive value of gluttony: predators mediate the life history trade-offs of satiation threshold

Jonathan N Pruitt & Jennifer J Krauel
Animals vary greatly in their tendency to consume large meals. Yet, whether or how meal size influences fitness in wild populations is infrequently considered. Using a predator exclusion, marked-recapture experiment, we estimated selection on the amount of food accepted during an ad libitum feeding bout (hereafter termed "satiation threshold") in the wolf spider Schizocosa ocreata. Individually marked, size-matched females of known satiation threshold were assigned to predator exclusion and predator inclusions treatments and tracked for...

Data from: Using a null model to recognize significant co-occurrence prior to identifying candidate areas of endemism

Austin R. Mast & Reto Nyffeler
Mast and Nyffeler AppendixM&N_Appendix.htm

NicSolstatus.csv

Emma E Goldberg, Joshua R Kohn, Russell Lande, Kelly A Robertson, Stephen A Smith, Boris Igic, Emma E Goldberg, Joshua R Kohn, Russell Lande, Kelly A Robertson, Stephen A Smith & Boris Igic
Breeding system data for species used in the analyses. See included text file for explanation.

Data from: Comparison of regional gene expression differences in the brains of the domestic dog and human

Erin Kennerly, Susanne Thomson, Natasha Olby, Matthew Breen & Greg Gibson
Comparison of the expression profiles of 2,721 genes in the cerebellum, cortex and pituitary gland of three American Staffordshire terriers, one beagle and one fox hound revealed regional expression differences in the brain but failed to reveal marked differences among breeds, or even individual dogs. Approximately 85 per cent (42 of 49 orthologue comparisons) of the regional differences in the dog are similar to those that differentiate the analogous human brain regions. A smaller percentage...

Data from: Impact of population structure on genetic diversity of a potential vaccine target in the canine hookworm (Ancylostoma caninum)

Jennifer M. Moser, Ignazio Carbone, Prema Arasu & Greg Gibson
Ancylostoma caninum is a globally distributed canine parasitic nematode. To test whether positive selection, population structure, or both affect genetic variation at the candidate vaccine target Ancylostoma secreted protein 1 (asp-1), we have quantified the genetic variation in A. caninum at asp-1 and a mitochondrial gene, cytochrome oxidase subunit 1 (cox-1), using the statistical population analysis tools found in the SNAP Workbench. The mitochondrial gene cox-1 exhibits moderate diversity within 2 North American samples, comparable...

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