Data from: Role of propagule pressure in colonization success: disentangling the relative importance of demographic, genetic and habitat effects

Hufbauer RA, Rutschmann A, Serrate B, Vermeil de Conchard H, Facon B

Date Published: April 18, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1jp26

 

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Title Hufbauer_etal_bemisia_manip1
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Description These are the data from the first experiment described in the paper, with one host plant (cabbage), and a factorial manipulation of founding population size and genetic background. Data were in excel, and I saved them as a comma delimited file. Column headings are: breeding (inbred or outbred), size (4 or 20), found (number of Bemisia removed after the oviposition period), success (0, 1: did the founders reproduce?), adults (# of adults found), fem (number of females found), propfem (proportion of females), rootadults (square root of the number of adults + 1), R (the net reproductive rate: number of adults found/number put in initially), rootR (the square root of R+1)
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Title Hufbauer_etal_bemisia_manip2
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Description These data correspond to the second experiment described in the paper - fully factorial with host plant, genetic background, and founding population size. Column headings are: number (identifier of the experimental unit), size (16 or 4), plant (tobacco or cabbage), breeding (inbred or outbred), success_larvae (were larvae produced, 1 or 0), success_adults (were adults produced, 1 or 0), larvae (number of), growthratelarv (larvae/size), adults (numbers of adults), R (adults/size, the net reproductive rate), devtime (development time in days), larval survival (proportion of larvae that reached adulthood), presence of females (1, 0)
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Title Hufbauer_etal_bemisia_manip3
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Description These data correspond to the third experiment described in the paper - fully factorial with host plant and founding population size. Column headings are: number (identifier of the experimental unit), plant (tobacco or cabbage), size (grande ou petite), size (16 or 4), date, success_larvae (were larvae produced, 1 or 0), success_adults (were adults produced, 1 or 0), larvae (number of), adults (numbers of adults), growthratelarv (larvae/size), growthrateadults (adults/size, the net reproductive rate R), larvsurv (proportion of larvae that reached adulthood), sex ration (proportion females), presence of females (1, 0)
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Hufbauer RA, Rutschmann A, Serrate B, Vermeil de Conchard H, Facon B (2013) Role of propagule pressure in colonization success: disentangling the relative importance of demographic, genetic and habitat effects. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26(8): 1691-1699. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12167

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Hufbauer RA, Rutschmann A, Serrate B, Vermeil de Conchard H, Facon B (2013) Data from: Role of propagule pressure in colonization success: disentangling the relative importance of demographic, genetic and habitat effects. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1jp26
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