Data from: When parasites disagree: evidence for parasite-induced sabotage of host manipulation

Hafer N, Milinski M

Date Published: January 23, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3s7r7

 

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Title data_experiment1: intraspecific conflict and cooperation
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Description Worksheet 1 ("copepods") contains information on each copepod used in the study including dead or incorrectly infected copepods. Worksheet 2 ("behavior") contains the behavior of only those copepods that survived until their infection status could be determined and that were infected by all parasites they had been exposed to. No behavior was recorded for any of the other copepods. The behavior consists of the position of each copepod every two seconds during one minute after a simulated predation attack and after a recovery period and, resulting from this whether or how far they moved during this time interval. This data was obtained from video recordings of copepod behavior using the manual tracking tool in imageJ and was done blindly as to the infection status of each copepod.
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Title data_experiment2_effect_of_parasite_number_on_intraspecific_conflict
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Description Worksheet 1 ("copepods") contains information on each copepod used in the study including dead or incorrectly infected copepods. Worksheet 2 ("behavior") contains the behavior of only those copepods that survived until their infection status could be determined and that were infected by all parasites they had been exposed to. No behavior was recorded for any of the other copepods. The behavior consists of the position of each copepod every two seconds during one minute after a simulated predation attack and after a recovery period and, resulting from this whether or how far they moved during this time interval. This data was obtained from video recordings of copepod behavior using the manual tracking tool in imageJ and was done blindly as to the infection status of each copepod.
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Title data_preliminary_experiment: Parasite size and effect of parasite number on an intraspecific conflict
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Description Data for supplementary results 2. Worksheet 1 ("copepods") contains information on each copepod used in the study including dead or incorrectly infected copepods. Worksheet 2 ("behavior") contains the behavior of only those copepods that survived until their infection status could be determined and that were infected by all parasites they had been exposed to. No behavior was recorded for any of the other copepods. The behavior consists of the position of each copepod every two seconds during one minute after a simulated predation attack and after a recovery period and, resulting from this whether or how far they moved during this time interval. This data was obtained from video recordings of copepod behavior using the manual tracking tool in imageJ and was done blindly as to the infection status of each copepod.
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Hafer N, Milinski M (2015) When parasites disagree: evidence for parasite-induced sabotage of host manipulation. Evolution 69(3): 611–620. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12612

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Hafer N, Milinski M (2015) Data from: When parasites disagree: evidence for parasite-induced sabotage of host manipulation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3s7r7
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