Data from: Ecological novelty by hybridization: experimental evidence for increased thermal tolerance by transgressive segregation in Tigriopus californicus

 

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Title Extrinsic fitness
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Description Table showing the survivorship (percentage) 3 days after heat stress essay. The data is divided into separate files for each temperature and experimental cross. BR- Bird Rock; SC- Santa Cruz; SD- San Diego.
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Title Intrinsic fitness
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Description Survivorship (percentage) 14 days after hatching. The data is divided into separate files for each experimental cross and inbred parental lines. BR- Bird Rock; SC- Santa Cruz; SD- San Diego.
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Pereira RJ, Barreto FS, Burton RS (2013) Ecological novelty by hybridization: experimental evidence for increased thermal tolerance by transgressive segregation in Tigriopus californicus. Evolution 68(1): 204–215. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12254

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Pereira RJ, Barreto FS, Burton RS (2013) Data from: Ecological novelty by hybridization: experimental evidence for increased thermal tolerance by transgressive segregation in Tigriopus californicus. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.33d5s
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