Data from: Transgenerational plasticity and environmental stress: do paternal effects act as a conduit or a buffer?

Guillaume AS, Monro K, Marshall DJ

Date Published: December 16, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.580bh

 

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Title Guillaume et al 2015_Transgenerational plasticity_Fertilisation success data
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Description Galeolaria caespitosa were collected from Brighton marina, Melbourne, Australia in 2013. Adults were brought back to Monash University for two weeks acclimation prior to fertilisation assays. The workbook contains three sheets: 'Fertilisation success', 'Egg measurements'; 'Sperm measurements'. The descriptions of column headings are available in the ReadMe file.
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Title Guillaume et al 2015_Transgenerational plasticity_Offspring survival data
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Description Galeolaria caespitosa were collected from Brighton marina, Melbourne, Australia in 2013 and 2014. Adults were brought back to Monash University for two weeks acclimation prior to larval survival experiments. The column headings are as follows: 'Run' = assay number; 'Date_start' = Starting date for adult acclimation; 'Days_acclimate' = Number of days adults were left to acclimate in their treatment conditions; 'Paternal_envt' = male treatment acclimation temperature (cold ~16.5 deg C; hot ~22.0 deg C); 'Maternal_envt' = female treatment acclimation temperature (cold ~16.5 deg C; hot ~22.0 deg C); 'Offspring_envt' = Fertilisation and incubation temperature of offspring; 'Replicate' = replicated male*female*offspring treatment temperatures A and B; 'Number_eggs in' = Number of successfully fertilised eggs selected for treatment; 'Number_larvae developed' = Number of larvae that developed from the selected eggs; 'Percent_survival' = Percent of larvae that developed from the selected eggs.
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Title Guillaume et al 2015_Transgenerational plasticity_Offspring survival switched male data
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Description Galeolaria caespitosa were collected from Brighton marina, Melbourne, Australia in 2014. Adults were brought back to Monash University for a total of four weeks acclimation prior to larval survival experiments. At two weeks into the acclimation period, half of the males changed acclimation treatment temperatures. The column headings are as follows: 'Run' = assay number; 'Date_start' = Starting date for adult acclimation; 'Paternal_envt1' = the male temperature treatment experienced for the first two weeks of acclimation (cold ~16.5 deg C; hot ~22.0 deg C); 'Paternal_envt2' = the male temperature treatment experienced for the final two weeks of acclimation (cold ~16.5 deg C; hot ~22.0 deg C); 'Maternal_envt' = female treatment acclimation temperature (cold ~16.5 deg C; hot ~22.0 deg C); 'Offspring_envt' = Fertilisation and incubation temperature of offspring; 'Replicate' = replicated male*female*offspring treatment temperatures A and B; 'Number_eggs in' = Number of successfully fertilised eggs selected for treatment; 'Number_larvae developed' = Number of larvae that developed from the selected eggs; 'Percent_survival' = Percent of larvae that developed from the selected eggs.
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Title Guillaume at al 2015_Transgenerational plasticity_Brighton Marina temperature Mar-Sep
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Description Temperature data collected at Middle Brighton Pier, Melbourne, Australia between March and September in 2013. A data logger (Onset HOBO Pendant data logger) was placed adjacent to Galeolaria caespitosa clusters used in experiments. Column headings: 'Date (MM/DD/YY) = date that data was collected in US format; ' Time' = hour, minute and second that data was collected in 12h format; 'Temp, °C' = Temperature recorded in degrees Celsius.
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Guillaume AS, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2015) Transgenerational plasticity and environmental stress: do paternal effects act as a conduit or a buffer? Functional Ecology 30: 1175–1184. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12604

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Guillaume AS, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2015) Data from: Transgenerational plasticity and environmental stress: do paternal effects act as a conduit or a buffer? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.580bh
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