Data from: The geography of divergence-with-gene-flow facilitates multi-trait adaptation and the evolution of pollinator isolation in Mimulus aurantiacus

Stankowski S, Streisfeld MA, Sobel JM

Date Published: October 20, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.18796

 

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Title Raw floral trait data from the 16 common garden populations
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Description This MS excel file contains raw floral trait data for red ecotype, yellow ecotype and hybrid populations (Column A) of Mimulus aurantiacus raised in a common garden at the University of Oregon. Seeds were collected from 16 populations (column B) in the field and raised in a greenhouse. Each maternal line (column C) is represented by 2 seedlings (column D). We then measured 11 traits from 2 flowers per plant (columns E - Z). All measurements are in mm, except for anthocyanin which is the absorbance at 520 nm.
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Title Floral trait data used in the correlation and Principal Components analyses
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Description This file contains phenotypic data for six floral traits (columns B to G) for 4 groups of plants (red ecotype (population UCSD), yellow ecotype (population LO), F1 (red x yellow) and F2 (F1 x F1) grown in a common environment at the university of Oregon. All measurements are in mm, except for anthocyanin which is the absorbance at 520 nm.
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Title Field collected trait data
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Description This MS Excel file contains floral trait data collected from 8 natural populations (2 yellow ecotype populations: LO and POTR, 2 red ecotype populations: MT and UCSD, and 4 hybrid populations: WM, MW, OAK and LKW). All measurement are in mm except for anthocyanin absorbance which was measured at 520 nm.
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Stankowski S, Streisfeld MA, Sobel JM (2015) The geography of divergence-with-gene-flow facilitates multi-trait adaptation and the evolution of pollinator isolation in Mimulus aurantiacus. Evolution 69(12): 3054–3068. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12807

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Stankowski S, Streisfeld MA, Sobel JM (2015) Data from: The geography of divergence-with-gene-flow facilitates multi-trait adaptation and the evolution of pollinator isolation in Mimulus aurantiacus. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.18796
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