Data from: Spatial heterogeneity lowers rather than increases host-parasite specialization

Hesse E, Best A, Boots M, Hall AR, Buckling A

Date Published: June 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26pm4

 

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Title Host-parasite specialization
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Description This data file contains data on bacterial resistance in two subpopulations linked by migration. Homogeneous subpopulations are linked by 1% dispersal (where treatment A gives dispersal between 0.5-0.5 M9 and B gives dispersal between 5-5 M9). Hetergeneous populations (0.5-5 M9) are linked by either 1% (C) or 50% (D) dispersal. For each subpopulation 5 bacterial clones (A1-A5 and B1-B5) where tested for resistance (1 or 0) against infectivity by 5 phage clones (A1-A5 and B1-B5) isolated from each subpopulation.
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Hesse E, Best A, Boots M, Hall AR, Buckling A (2015) Spatial heterogeneity lowers rather than increases host-parasite specialization. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28(9): 1682-1690. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12689

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Hesse E, Best A, Boots M, Hall AR, Buckling A (2015) Data from: Spatial heterogeneity lowers rather than increases host-parasite specialization. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26pm4
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