Data from: Interspecific competition counteracts negative effects of dispersal on adaptation of an arthropod herbivore to a new host

Alzate Vallejo A, Bisschop K, Etienne RS, Bonte D

Date Published: June 8, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.486g4

 

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Title populationSizes_gen12_CompletePlants
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Description Population sizes after 12 generations evolving on tomato plants under different treatments (dispersal/competition). Population sizes was measured as the number of adult females on the experimental complete tomato plants (before removing epigenetic effects).
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Title populationSizes_gen9_CompletePlants
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Description Population sizes of T. urticae after 9 generations evolving on tomato plants under different treatments of competition and dispersal. Population sizes are measured as number of adult females.
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Title fecundity-Longevity_data_gen20
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Description fecundity (number of eggs at day 6) and longevity (number of days females were alive) for females during the fitness tests after 20 generation evolving on tomato. Females were placed on detached bean and tomato leaves for 1 generation. Before the fitness test females were place on common garden (detached bean leaves) for 2 generations to remove juvenile and maternal effects. Dispersal treatments have 4 levels: 1 = 2mites/week, 2 = 3mites/week, 3 = 5mites/week, 4=10mites/week. Fecundity data for females that died of non-natural causes (drowned or disappeared) was excluded from the analysis (NA).
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Title fecundity-longevity_data_gen8
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Description Fecundity (day 6) and longevity data for mites after 8 generations evolving on tomato plants. Data from the fitness test after removing juvenile and maternal effects. Females were placed individually on detached tomato and bean leaves for one generation. Dispersal treatments have 4 levels: 1 = 2mites/week, 2 = 3mites/week, 3 = 5mites/week, 4=10mites/week. Fecundity data for females that died of non-natural causes (drowned or disappeared) was excluded from the analysis (NA).
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Title fecundity_longevity_data_g>100
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Description Fecundity (day 6) and longevity data on detached tomato and bean leaves (fitness test) after removal of juvenile and maternal effects. We used T. urticae females from the stock population (ST - a population reared on bean plants) and from a population that has been adapted to tomato (same strain as the stock population - London strain) for more than 100 generations (STa-reared on tomato plants, but originally coming from bean plants). Fecundity data for females that died of non-natural causes (drowned or disappeared) was excluded from the analysis (NA).
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Alzate Vallejo A, Bisschop K, Etienne RS, Bonte D (2017) Interspecific competition counteracts negative effects of dispersal on adaptation of an arthropod herbivore to a new host. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13123

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Alzate Vallejo A, Bisschop K, Etienne RS, Bonte D (2017) Data from: Interspecific competition counteracts negative effects of dispersal on adaptation of an arthropod herbivore to a new host. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.486g4
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