Data from: Effects of pollination intensity on offspring number and quality in a wind-pollinated herb

Labouche A, Richards SA, Pannell JR

Date Published: September 7, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.55186

 

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Title Maternal plant traits
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Description The data result from a field experiment to examine the effects of pollination intensity on both quantity and quality of progeny. We manipulated pollen receipt to stigmas of the wind-pollinated dioecious plant Mercurialis annua by varying the distance of females from males. We then compared seed size and number, seedling growth and allocation to male and female function, for the progeny produced by females subjected to different pollination intensities. Contact persons: annemarie.labouche@gmail.com john.pannell@unil.ch 1) Labouche_et_al_2016_Maternal_plant_traits.txt Data collected on the maternal plants exposed to different level of pollination intensities. Definitions of column headings MotherID:Unique ID of the plant Mdirection: Directional transect on which the plant was setup Mdistance: Distance from pollen source of the plant (in meters) mother_mass: Mass of the dried plant (in g), including reproductive seeds mother_total_seed_mass: Mass of the seeds produced by the plant (in g) mother_veg_mass: Mass of the dried plant (in g) without reproductive parts mother_seed_number: Number of seeds produced by the plant (count)
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Title Offspring traits
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Description The data result from a field experiment to examine the effects of pollination intensity on both quantity and quality of progeny. We manipulated pollen receipt to stigmas of the wind-pollinated dioecious plant Mercurialis annua by varying the distance of females from males. We then compared seed size and number, seedling growth and allocation to male and female function, for the progeny produced by females subjected to different pollination intensities. Contact persons: annemarie.labouche@gmail.com john.pannell@unil.ch 2) Labouche_et_al_2016_Offspring_traits.txt Data collected on the seeds and resulting offspring produced by the maternal plants exposed to different level of pollination intensities. Definitions of column headings seedID: Unique ID of the seed Mdirection: Directional transect on which the maternal plant was setup Mdistance: Distance from pollen source of the maternal plant (in meters) motherID: Unique ID of the maternal plant Mpollination: Pollination intensity treatment of the maternal plant; h=high (0.2 and 0.5m from males); l=low (20 and 25 m from males) seedmass: mass of the individual seed (in mg) seedcat: mass categories of the offspring as seed: A <2; 2<=B<2.49; 2.5<C<2.99; 3<D<3.49; 3.5<E<3.99; F>4 germ: germination status of the seed (0=not germinated; 1=germinated) time-germ: number of days between sowing and full expansion of the cotyledons offspringID: Unique ID of the offspring (for germinated seeds) plotID: ID of the plot in which the seedling grew once in the common garden; ID range from 1 to 54, with 16 positions per plot position: Position of the offspring within its plot (ranges from 1 to 16) treatment: whether the offspring was growing with a competitor (hermaphrodite) or not. If the competitor survived (treatment = I), if it died due to transplantation issues (treatment =I0); if the offspring grew alone (treatment = C). offspring_sex: Sex of the offspring (M=male; F=female) offspring_survival: 1= the offspring was still alive at the end of the experiment; 0= the offspring died in the course of the experiment offspring_height: Height of the offspring (in cm) on the day of harvesting offspring_mass: Mass of the dried offspring (in g), including reproductive parts (seeds for females) offspring_veg_mass: Mass of the dried offspring (in g) without reproductive parts offspring_total_seed_mass: Mass of the seeds produced by the offspring (in g) offspring_seed_number: Number of seeds produced by the offspring (count) offspring_male_allocation: Mass of male inflorescences (inflorescences stems + dried flowers) in mg
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Labouche A, Richards SA, Pannell JR (2016) Effects of pollination intensity on offspring number and quality in a wind-pollinated herb. Journal of Ecology 105(1): 197-208. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12659

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Labouche A, Richards SA, Pannell JR (2016) Data from: Effects of pollination intensity on offspring number and quality in a wind-pollinated herb. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.55186
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