Data from: Selection on incremental variation of eye size in a wild population of Daphnia

Brandon CS, James T, Dudycha JL

Date Published: July 31, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.27kk4

 

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Title Eye diameter, body length, and clutch size measurements for D. obtusa isolated from Knobby Knees Pond, Congaree National Park, South Carolina
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Description Eye diameter (um), body length (um), and clutch size (number of eggs) measurements on a wild population of Daphnia obtusa from Knobby Knees (KNB) Pond, Congaree National Park, South Carolina. Each data row corresponds to the associated measures for a single D. obtusa from KNB Pond. Clutch size was measured from living individuals within 36 hours of capture. Animals were immediately preserved in ethanol and marked following clutch counts. Eye diameter and body length were then measured on preserved individuals.
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Title Eye diameter and body length measures on lab-reared Daphnia obtusa for broad-sense heritability estimation
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Description Eye diameter (um) and body length (um) measurements from a common garden experiment on a number of clones of Daphnia obtusa isolated from ponds in Congaree National Park, South Carolina. Each row corresponds to associated identifiers and measurements for a single individual Daphnia. Pond of origin indicates the name of the pond that the original clone was isolated from. D. obtusa clone refers to the name of the clone (pond abbreviation and a number for specific identity). Daphnia size class was determined as small (≤900 μm), medium (901 μm -1399 μm), and adult (≥1400 μm). These size classes reflect ontogenetic growth from juveniles to adults.
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Brandon CS, James T, Dudycha JL (2015) Selection on incremental variation of eye size in a wild population of Daphnia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28(11): 2112-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12711

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Brandon CS, James T, Dudycha JL (2015) Data from: Selection on incremental variation of eye size in a wild population of Daphnia. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.27kk4
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