Data from: Identity recognition in response to different levels of genetic relatedness in commercial soya bean

Murphy GP, Van Acker R, Rajcan I, Swanton CJ

Date Published: December 1, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1k85g

 

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Title Experiment 1 data
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Description This file contains all measurements and treatments for the first experiment in the study. Final root biomass is calculated by subtracting the weight of rocks from the initial measurement of root biomass. Cultivars a, b, and c, refer to OAC Wallace, OAC Calypso, and OAC Champion respectively. Any missing values refers to plants that died, did not germinate, or plant parts could not be retrieved because of damage.
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Title Data experiment 2 responses of wild soybean
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Description This file contains measurements and treatments for responses of wild soybean to commercial neighbours. Only data from wild soybean plants was used in the analysis of this data set. Final root biomass is calculated by subtracting the weight of rocks from the initial measurement of root biomass. Cultivars w and c, refer to wild soybean and OAC Wallace respectively. Any missing values refers to plants that died, did not germinate, or plant parts could not be retrieved because of damage.
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Title Data experiment 2 responses of commercial soybean
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Description This file contains measurements and treatments for responses of commercial soybean to wild soybean neighbours. Only data from commercial soybean plants was used in the analysis of this data set. Final root biomass is calculated by subtracting the weight of rocks from the initial measurement of root biomass. Cultivars w and c, refer to wild soybean and OAC Wallace respectively. Any missing values refers to plants that died, did not germinate, or plant parts could not be retrieved because of damage.
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Title Data experiment 3
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Description This file contains measurements and treatments for responses of commercial soybean to white bean neighbours. Only data from commercial soybean plants was used in the analysis of this data set. Final root biomass is calculated by subtracting the weight of rocks from the initial measurement of root biomass. Any missing values refers to plants that died, did not germinate, or plant parts could not be retrieved because of damage.
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Murphy GP, Van Acker R, Rajcan I, Swanton CJ (2017) Identity recognition in response to different levels of genetic relatedness in commercial soya bean. Royal Society Open Science 4(1): 160879. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160879

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Murphy GP, Van Acker R, Rajcan I, Swanton CJ (2017) Data from: Identity recognition in response to different levels of genetic relatedness in commercial soya bean. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1k85g
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