Data from: The evolution of males: support for predictions from sex allocation theory using mating arrays of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae)

Perry LE, Dorken ME

Date Published: February 13, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4vk85.2

 

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Title FieldData
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Description Data collected from natural populations of S. latifolia, as described in the paper. Column names refer to the following information: Site (sampling location); SS (sexual system - monoecious or dioecious); Mopen (number of open male flowers per inflorescence); Mtotal (total number of male flowers per inflorescence); MVL (leaf mid-vein length for the leaf subtending the inflorescence, cm); Petal (petal width, cm).
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Title ArrayDataPlantFlowerSize
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Description Plant size and flowering data for the plants used in the mating arrays. Column labels refer to: Array (the array number; nb. these do not correspond with the labels in Fig. 2, see data file description for the cumulative siring data set for a key); Treatment (high vs. low nutrient resource additions); Plant (code name for the genotype included in the array); Sex (H - hermaphrodite, M - male); MVL (leaf mid vein length for the leaf subtending the inflorescence); Nflowers (total number of flowers produced per inflorescence); Year (year the genotype had been sampled from natural populations).
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Title Cumulative_floweringBYsiring
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Description The data set contains the data used to generate Figure 1, and to analyse the association between flower production and siring success. Column names are as follows: Treatment (levels of the nutrient resource addition treatment - High and Low); Array (label for the mating array); CumFlws (cumulative number of male flowers produced by the focal male per day for the duration the array was set up); CumSire (cumulative number of seeds sired by the focal male over the course of the array).
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Title PropSiring
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Description These data correspond with those presented in Fig. 2. Column labels: Array (label for array); Trt (level of the nutrient resource addition treatment - High vs. Low); Mflws (the total number of flowers produced by the focal male in the array); Hflws (the total number of hermaphrodite flowers produced by all hermaphrodites per array); Totflws (the sum of Mflws and Hflws); Mprog(the total number of seeds sired by the focal male per array); TotProg (the total number of seeds genotyped per array).
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Title SiringCountData
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Description These data were used to evaluate overall differences in the number of seeds sired by males vs. hermaphrodites. Column labels are: Array (label for the mating array); Treatment (level of the nutrient resource addition treatment - High vs. Low); SexofSire (plant sex (male or hermaphrodite) to correspond with the data in the next column; Progeny (the number of seeds sired by the focal male, or the average number of seeds sired by the hermaphrodites in each array); Fflowers (the total number of female flowers available for siring opportunities in each array).
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Title MomType
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Description These data were used to conduct an analysis of deviance between the identity of the father (male vs. hermaphrodite) and identity of the mother (female vs. hermaphrodite) using a contingency table approach. The column labels are: Treatment (levels of the nutrient resource addition treatment - High vs. Low); Father (the sex of the father that sired the seeds genotyped in the paternity analysis - M for male, H for hermaphrodite); Mother (the sex of the mother that produced the seeds genotyped for paternity analysis); Count (the total number of seeds screened for each treatment and sex combination).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Perry LE, Dorken ME (2011) The evolution of males: support for predictions from sex allocation theory using mating arrays of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Evolution 65(10): 2782-2791. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01344.x

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Perry LE, Dorken ME (2011) Data from: The evolution of males: support for predictions from sex allocation theory using mating arrays of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4vk85.2
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