Data from: Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co)variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude

Berger D, Postma E, Blanckenhorn W, Walters RJ

Date Published: April 15, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6347b

 

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Description #File 1 - population data on development rate # Populations collected may-aug 2009 by David Berger # Data collected sept 2009 - feb 2010 by David Berger & Richard Walters. Region Population Lat:Long Lines north Stockholm 59.34 : 18.07 8 north Nykoping 58.62 : 16.94 9 central Bayreuth 49.92 : 11.56 11 central Vienna 48.21 : 16.35 12 central Zurich 47.35 : 8.53 13 south Arezzo 43.52 : 11.57 7 south Perugia 43.15 : 12.18 11 #Description of coloumns in data file: id = individual. population = population of origin. region = region of origin. latitude = latitude of origin. temperature = experimental temperature in which development rate was measured. food level = flies were raised on either excess (high) or limited (low) food. line = the name of the isofemale line to which each measured fly belonged. replicate = the glas vial containing a subset of flies from an isofemale line in a specific temperature (10-20 flies). development time = the time in days it took for a 24 hour larva to reach the adult stage. development rate = 1/development time devrateST = temperature-specific mean-standardized development rate.
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Title phenology
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Description #File 2 - Phenology data on S. punctum, Zurich population. #Flies were censused every week, except during mid-season, from beginning of Mars to end of October. #10 traps set out on every occasion (given as calender date = "Date", or julian date = "Julian"). #Fly counts per trap averaged to give one estimate per date ("meanFlies").
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Description #File 3 - temperature dataset on thermal niches of each region (Celsius degrees) # Data collected from May - June 2010. # Data first variance and mean calibrated to the thermal environment inside 4 cow-pats probed with thermometers for two weeks in Zurich during June 2010. # Data then mean calibrated to 20-30 year dataset, for the period May-September, from each of the regions (based on population averages). Datasets available online at: http://www.weatherbase.com
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Berger D, Postma E, Blanckenhorn W, Walters RJ (2013) Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co)variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude. Evolution 67(8): 2385–2399. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12138

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Berger D, Postma E, Blanckenhorn W, Walters RJ (2013) Data from: Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co)variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6347b
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