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female thorax size

Laurence D. Mueller & Larry G. Cabral
Each line in this file correspond to the thorax size for one female. In addition to her size there is information about the (i)block, (ii) population, (iii) selection regime, and (iv) yeast level.

Data from: Female reproductive competition in Eulemur rufifrons: eviction and reproductive restraint in a plurally breeding Malagasy primate

Peter M. Kappeler & Claudia Fichtel
In mammals with female philopatry, co-resident females inevitably compete with each other for resources or reproductive opportunities, thereby reducing the kin-selected benefits of altruism towards relatives. These counteracting forces of cooperation and competition among kin should be particularly pronounced in plurally breeding species with limited alternative breeding opportunities outside the natal group. However, little is still known about the costs of reproductive competition on females’ fitness and the victims’ potential counter-strategies. Here we summarize long-term...

Data SH4 Dryad data sharing

Silvie Huijben, Derek G. Sim, William A. Nelson & Andrew F. Read
Data file of the experiment 'SH4'. Samples are from mice infected with a resistant Plasmodium chabaudi clone in the absence of competition and with various combinations of up to three susceptible clones. Daily samples were taken on red blood cell density, weight, asexual parasite density of each clone (by qPCR) and gametocyte density of clone R (by qPCR). The description of the column headings are all given as comments in the excel file.

Role of inhaled hypertonic saline in cystic fibrosis - Appendix

Dayton Dmello, Ravi P Nayak & George M Matuschak

Figure 1 and Table 4 71811

Lizabeth Bowen, A. Keith Miles, Michael Murray, Martin Haulena, Judy Tuttle, William Van Bonn, Lance Adams, James Bodkin, Brenda Ballachey, James L Estes, M Tim Tinker, Robin Keister & Jeffery L Stott

Dryad Evo 11-0373

Lyndon Alexander Jordan & Robert C Brooks
Excel spreadsheet of observational data imported from JWatcher. Separate tabs for 'consensual' and 'coercive' mating attempts.

England's Past for Everyone: Historic Environment Research

Matthew Bristow
In 2005 the Heritage Lottery Fund awarded £3,374,000 to increase access to the resources of the local history research centre, the Victoria County History (VCH), based at the Institute of Historical Research. VCH staff worked closely with local volunteers on projects to produce high quality local history research and to make this information more readily available to a wide audience, including researchers, school children, visitors and local history enthusiasts. Historic environment analysis was conducted by...

chrom7

Reinmar Hager, James M. Cheverud & Jason B. Wolf

chrom11

Reinmar Hager, James M. Cheverud & Jason B. Wolf

West Coast Palaeolandscape Project (Pilot Project)

The West Coast Palaeolandscapes Project builds upon the results of comparative work carried out within the Southern North Sea as part of the North Sea Palaeolandscape Project (NSPP). The results of that project, and the associated data audit variation, suggested that several other areas existed within the UK where sufficient data could support similar work. The west coast of Britain was identified as one area where any information derived on existing palaeolandscapes would have a...

York Archaeological Trust Fascicules

York Archaeological Trust
Reports on the work of the York Archaeological Trust for Excavation and Research undertaken from 1973 onwards are published as separate parts or fascicules making up a series of nineteen volumes entitled The Archaeology of York, covering all aspects from historical research and excavation to finds and environmental study.

Genomic data from the Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

J Li, G Zhang, D Lambert & J Wang
The Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) is a large penguin, standing over 1 meter tall, with distinctive black, yellow and white markings. Like most penguins, the emperor penguins are indigenous to Antarctica and exist between the 66th and 78th parallels. Famous for its unique social and reproductive behavior, the emperor penguin also possesses a number of other notable evolutionary qualities: its stature, its feathers, its incubation process, and its swimming capabilities. The Aptenodytes forsteri genome offers...

Hekkalaetal_MolEcol_2011_ND4

Evon Hekkala, Matthew H. Shirley, George Amato, James D. Austin, Suellen Charter, John Thorbjarnarson, Kent A. Vliet, Marlys L. Houck, Robert DeSalle & Michael J. Blum
Nexus file containing sequence data for the NADH dehydrogenase subunit 4 mitochondrial gene region. Please refer to Table 2 of the associated manuscript, as well as the Methods section, for specimen information.

Hekkalaetal_MolEcol_2011_Trop

Evon Hekkala, Matthew H. Shirley, George Amato, James D. Austin, Suellen Charter, John Thorbjarnarson, Kent A. Vliet, Marlys L. Houck, Robert DeSalle & Michael J. Blum
Nexus file containing sequence data for the tropomyosin intron nuclear gene region. Please refer to Table 2 of the associated manuscript, as well as the Methods section, for specimen information.

Hekkalaetal_MolEcol_2011_dloop_museumdataONLY

Evon Hekkala, Matthew H. Shirley, George Amato, James D. Austin, Suellen Charter, John Thorbjarnarson, Kent A. Vliet, Marlys L. Houck, Robert DeSalle & Michael J. Blum
Nexus file containing sequence data for the control region/dloop mitochondrial gene region. Sequences listed here are the "short dloop" sequences for the museum and mummy specimens only. Please refer to the associated manuscript Table 2, and Methods, for further specimen information.

Elnagdy et al 2011 data

Lori J Lawson-Handley, Sherif Elnagdy, Michael E N Majerus, Lori J Lawson-Handley, Sherif Elnagdy & Michael E N Majerus
Survival data for three experiments to investigate resource reallocation in coccinellids (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) infected with male-killing bacteria

20-26 College Street, Southampton (OASIS ID thamesva1-40314)

The site is located within the urban environment of Southampton city (Fig. 1). It occupies roughly 0.25ha at the junctions of College Street and Richmond Street with Three Field Lane. To the north of the site, urban development which stretches for some 5km. To the east of the site flows the River Itchen, south is the River Test and the Town Quay, the west is Lansdowne Hill and docks. The site formerly consisted of three...

Onagraceae TREEBASE file

Marc T. J. Johnson, Richard Gareth FitzJohn, Stacey D. Smith, Mark D. Rausher, Sarah P. Otto, Marc T. J. Johnson, Richard Gareth FitzJohn, Stacey D. Smith, Mark D. Rausher & Sarah P. Otto

ML_analyses

Marc T. J. Johnson, Richard Gareth FitzJohn, Stacey D. Smith, Mark D. Rausher, Sarah P. Otto, Marc T. J. Johnson, Richard Gareth FitzJohn, Stacey D. Smith, Mark D. Rausher & Sarah P. Otto
This zip directory gives the BiSSE maximum likelihood analyses reported in Table S3.

nestling biometric data

Andreas Nord & Jan-Åke Nilsson
Biometric measurements (mass, tarsus and wing length) on experimental blue tit nestlings at 6 and 14 days of age, collected over three years in south central Sweden. Treatment categories: H = 38.0 C; M = 36.5 C; L = 35.0 C. 'NA' = missing data.

nestling rmr data

Andreas Nord & Jan-Åke Nilsson
Data on resting metabolic rate (RMR; ml O2 / min) in experimental blue tit nestlings. Data was collected by means of flow through respirometry in the darkness in thermoneutrality during the night between nestlings days 14-15, during three years. Treatment categories: H = 38.0 C; M = 36.5 C; L = 35.0 C. 'Channel' = Respirometer channel.

Data from: Pacman profiling: a simple procedure to identify stratigraphic outliers in high-density deep-sea microfossil data

David Lazarus, Manuel Weinkauf & Patrick Diver
The deep-sea microfossil record is characterized by an extraordinarily high density and abundance of fossil specimens, and by a very high degree of spatial and temporal continuity of sedimentation. This record provides a unique opportunity to study evolution at the species level for entire clades of organisms. Compilations of deep-sea microfossil species occurrences are, however, affected by reworking of material, age model errors, and taxonomic uncertainties, all of which combine to displace a small fraction...

Lazarus_2012_Paleobiology_Appendices

David Lazarus, Manuel Weinkauf & Patrick Diver
Appendices 1 and 2. 1-tabular data extracted from or calculated from the Neptune database for Cenozoic radiolarian occurrences. 2-histograms (pdf plates) of occurences in time and effects of pacman data trimming for selected species of radiolarians. Details of table formats in readme.txt file included. File is zip archive, created with OS X 10.6 system 'compress'.

Table S2

Domenic C. D'Amore & Robert J. Blumenschine
Skull and body measurements for ziphodont specimens of Varanus komodoensis and theropods.

Snakes_All_Leaved_2

Robert Alexander Pyron & Frank T. Burbrink
XML file for second independent run of 29-gene dataset in BEAST.

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