Data from: How depressed? Estimates of inbreeding effects during seed development depend on reproductive conditions

Harder LD, Hobbhahn N, Richards SA

Date Published: August 20, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0vf86nb1.2

 

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Title Harder etal data
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Description The file contains two worksheets with data for Disa ferruginea and D. ophrydea concerning the proportion of outcross pollen applied to stigmas (pcmass), the number of ovules counted (ovule cnt), and the numbers of those ovules that were fertilized (fertilized) and developed into seeds (seeds). Each row represents the results from a single flower, with multiple flowers per plant. These data were used to estimate the relative success of self- and cross-pollen in fertilizing ovules, the relative survival of self- and cross-zygotes and inbreeding depression.
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Title Simulation model
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Description This spreadsheet implements simulations of seed production under specific conditions (including pollen, ovule or resource limitation) and was used to produce the results presented in Fig. 3e. Instructions are presented on the spreadsheet.
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Harder LD, Hobbhahn N, Richards SA (2011) How depressed? Estimates of inbreeding effects during seed development depend on reproductive conditions. Evolution 66(5): 1375-1386. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01515.x

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Harder LD, Hobbhahn N, Richards SA (2011) Data from: How depressed? Estimates of inbreeding effects during seed development depend on reproductive conditions. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0vf86nb1.2
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