Data from: Host manipulation by an ichneumonid spider ectoparasitoid that takes advantage of preprogrammed web-building behaviour for its cocoon protection

Takasuka K, Yasui T, Toru I, Nakata K, Matsumoto R, Ikeida K, Maeto K

Date Published: August 6, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3bf67

 

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Title Appendix 1 radii in normal orb webs
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Description Raw data of tensile test of radii in normal orb webs with graphs regarding force-strain curve. In all graphs, X-axis is strain and Y-axis is force [mN]. First graph (above) is raw force-strain curve, second (middle or below) is thirty points' moving-averaged force-strain curve, and third (below) is extract of initial slope used for calculation of Young's modulus, if any. All sample names described in each sheet in this category are designated as OR (meaning orb web radius) with the number behind hyphen representing each sample (individual web) and the lowercase alphabet representing replicates.
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Title Appendix 2 frames in normal orb webs
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Description Raw data of tensile test of frame threads in normal orb webs with graphs regarding force-strain curve. In all graphs, X-axis is strain and Y-axis is force [mN]. First graph (above) is raw force-strain curve, second (middle) is thirty points' moving-averaged force-strain curve, and third (below) is extract of initial slope used for calculation of Young's modulus, if any. All sample names described in each sheet in this category are designated as OF (meaning orb web frame thread) with the number behind hyphen representing each sample (individual web). In this category, there is no replicates (a thread from one web).
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Title Appendix 3 radii in resting webs
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Description Raw data of tensile test of radii in resting webs with graphs regarding force-strain curve. In all graphs, X-axis is strain and Y-axis is force [mN]. First graph (above) is raw force-strain curve, second (middle) is thirty points' moving-averaged force-strain curve, and third (below) is extract of initial slope used for calculation of Young's modulus. All sample names described in each sheet in this category are designated as RR (meaning resting web radius) with the number behind hyphen representing each sample (individual web) and the lowercase alphabet representing replicates.
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Title Appendix 4 frames in resting webs
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Description Raw data of tensile test of frame threads in resting webs with graphs regarding force-strain curve. In all graphs, X-axis is strain and Y-axis is force [mN]. First graph (above) is raw force-strain curve, second (middle) is thirty points' moving-averaged force-strain curve, and third (below) is extract of initial slope used for calculation of Young's modulus. All sample names described in each sheet in this category are designated as RF (meaning resting web frame thread) with the number behind hyphen representing each sample (individual web). In this category, there is no replicates (a thread from one web).
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Title Appendix 5 radii in cocoon webs
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Description Raw data of tensile test of radii in cocoon webs with graphs regarding force-strain curve. In all graphs, X-axis is strain and Y-axis is force [mN]. First graph (above) is raw force-strain curve, second (middle or below) is thirty points' moving-averaged force-strain curve, and third (below) is extract of initial slope used for calculation of Young's modulus, if any. All sample names described in each sheet in this category are designated as CR (meaning cocoon web radius) with the number behind hyphen representing each sample (individual web) and the lowercase alphabet representing replicates.
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Title Appendix 6 frames in cocoon webs
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Description Raw data of tensile test of frame threads in cocoon webs with graphs regarding force-strain curve. In all graphs, X-axis is strain and Y-axis is force [mN]. First graph (above) is raw force-strain curve, second (middle) is thirty points' moving-averaged force-strain curve, and third (below) is extract of initial slope used for calculation of Young's modulus. All sample names described in each sheet in this category are designated as CF (meaning cocoon web frame thread) with the number behind hyphen representing each sample (individual web) and the lowercase alphabet representing replicates.
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Takasuka K, Yasui T, Toru I, Nakata K, Matsumoto R, Ikeida K, Maeto K (2015) Host manipulation by an ichneumonid spider ectoparasitoid that takes advantage of preprogrammed web-building behaviour for its cocoon protection. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 2326-2332. http://dx.doi.org/10.1242/jeb.122739

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Takasuka K, Yasui T, Toru I, Nakata K, Matsumoto R, Ikeida K, Maeto K (2015) Data from: Host manipulation by an ichneumonid spider ectoparasitoid that takes advantage of preprogrammed web-building behaviour for its cocoon protection. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3bf67
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