Data from: Asynchrony of seasons: genetic differentiation associated with geographic variation in climatic seasonality and reproductive phenology

Quintero I, González-Caro S, Zalamea P, Cadena CD

Date Published: April 30, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.40d6h

 

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Title FIG S1 (Cloud-Cover forest plot)
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Description Figure S1. Overall effect of precipitation asynchrony (measured from Cloud-Cover data) on genetic differentiation, as shown by the meta-analysis forest plot. From left to right: Species name; number of individuals per species; an horizontal axis where the small vertical line indicates the Mantel correlation coefficient, the horizontal line the 95% confidence interval (CI) and the size of the square the specific weight of the species' result to the overall meta analysis (based on the sample size). Exact values for the coefficient, the 95% CI and the weight percentage are given in columns to the right. The continuous vertical line displays 0 in the x axis and the vertical dotted line denotes the summary cross-species correlation coefficient; the width of the bottom diamond represents the 95% CI. For more specific details see Table S3.
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Title FIG S2 (Worldclim forest plot)
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Description Figure S2. Overall effect of precipitation asynchrony (measured from WorldClim data) on genetic differentiation, as shown by the meta-analysis forest plot. From left to right: Species name; number of individuals per species; an horizontal axis where the small vertical line indicates the Mantel correlation coefficient, the horizontal line the 95% confidence interval (CI) and the size of the square the specific weight of the species' result to the overall meta analysis (based on the sample size). Exact values for the coefficient, the 95% CI and the weight percentage are given in columns to the right. The continuous vertical line displays 0 in the x axis and the vertical dotted line denotes the summary cross-species correlation coefficient; the width of the bottom diamond represents the 95% CI. For more specific details see Table S3.
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Title Fig S3 (different sample cut-offs CLoudCover)
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Description Figure S3. Overall effect of precipitation asynchrony (measured from Cloud-Cover data) on genetic differentiation, as shown by the meta-analysis forest plot when excluding species with less than 5, 10 and 15 individuals. From left to right: Species name; number of individuals per species; an horizontal axis where the small vertical line indicates the Mantel correlation coefficient, the horizontal line the 95% confidence interval (CI) and the size of the square the specific weight of the species' result to the overall meta analysis (based on the sample size). Exact values for the coefficient, the 95% CI and the weight percentage are given in columns to the right. The continuous vertical line displays 0 in the x axis and the vertical dotted line denotes the summary cross-species correlation coefficient; the width of the bottom diamond represents the 95% CI.
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Title Fig S4 (different sample cut-offs WorldClim)
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Description Figure S4. Overall effect of precipitation asynchrony (measured from WorldClim data) on genetic differentiation, as shown by the meta-analysis forest plot when excluding species with less than 5, 10 and 15 individuals. From left to right: Species name; number of individuals per species; an horizontal axis where the small vertical line indicates the Mantel correlation coefficient, the horizontal line the 95% confidence interval (CI) and the size of the square the specific weight of the species' result to the overall meta analysis (based on the sample size). Exact values for the coefficient, the 95% CI and the weight percentage are given in columns to the right. The continuous vertical line displays 0 in the x axis and the vertical dotted line denotes the summary cross-species correlation coefficient; the width of the bottom diamond represents the 95% CI.
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Title Table S1 (Genetic Information)
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Description Table S1. Data sources, number of individuals sampled and references for each of the species used in this study.
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Title Table S2 (Monthly Cloud-Cover)
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Description Table S2. Geographical coordinates for all the individuals included in analyses and their respective monthly Cloud-Cover data. Cloud-Cover data for each month are given as percentage of days in which each locality was covered with clouds, averaged over a dozen years (2000-2012).
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Title Table S3 (Mantel results)
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Description Table S3. Results of partial Mantel tests examining the relationship between precipitation asynchrony and genetic distance, accounting for dispersal distance, for each species. Results based on Cloud-Cover and WorldClim data are given.
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Title Table S4 (Mantel correlogram)
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Description Table S4. Results of partial Mantel spatial correlograms assessing spatial autocorrelation in precipitation asynchrony (based on Cloud-Cover data) and genetic distance.
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Title Table S5 (Phylogenetic Signal)
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Description Table S5. Results of tests for phylogenetic signal in Mantel coefficients describing the relationship between precipitation asynchrony and genetic distances.
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Title Table S6 (Species variables)
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Description Table S6. Species variables used for the ad hoc regressions trying to explain variation among species in Mantel coefficients describing the relationship between precipitation asynchrony and genetic distance. References from which the variables were obtained are included.
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Title Table S7 (Separate ad hoc)
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Description Table S7. Results of weighted least-squares regression assessing relationships between Mantel coefficients and species variables; results are shown for WorldClim and Could-Cover data.
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Title Table S8 (Stepwise)
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Description Table S8. Results of the stepwise model selection using weighted least squares examining relationships between Mantel coefficients and species variables using the AIC and the BIC for both WorldClim and Cloud-Cover data.
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Quintero I, González-Caro S, Zalamea P, Cadena CD (2014) Asynchrony of seasons: genetic differentiation associated with geographic variation in climatic seasonality and reproductive phenology. The American Naturalist 184(3): 352-363. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/677261

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Quintero I, González-Caro S, Zalamea P, Cadena CD (2014) Data from: Asynchrony of seasons: genetic differentiation associated with geographic variation in climatic seasonality and reproductive phenology. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.40d6h
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