Data from: Rapid adaptive evolution of photoperiodic response during invasion and range expansion across a climatic gradient

Urbanski J, Mogi M, O'Donnell D, DeCotiis M, Toma T, Armbruster P

Date Published: December 20, 2011

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.68277435

 

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Title Critical Photoperiods in US and Japanese Populations 1988 and 2008
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Description Critical Photoperiods (cpp) for US and Japanese populations from 1988 are from Pumpuni (1989) and Focks et al. (1994). Critical photoperiods from US and Japanese populations are estimated from photoperiodic response curves as described in text. Country, j = japan, u=us.
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Title diapause incidence
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Description Diapause incidence of US populations in 2008 estimated as described in text. Three letter opulation labels as in Table A1 of publication. Population labels for US populations from 2000 given as city and state. 2000 data are from Lounibos et al. 2003 as described in text of article.
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Title female pupas mass
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Description Female pupal mass (in milligrams) of populations from the US and Japan in the 2008 collection. Three letter population codes as in Table A1 of publication. jp= japan, us = United States.
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Title female wing length
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Description Female wing length (in millimeters) of populations from the US and Japan in the 2008 collection. Measurements performed as described in text of publication. Three letter population codes as in Table A1 of publication. jp= japan, us = United States.
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Title Egg Volume
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Description Egg volume (in millimeters cubed x 10^-3) of populations from the US and Japan in the 2008 collection. Measurements performed as described in text of publication. Three letter population codes as in Table A1 of publication. jp= japan, us = United States.
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Title Photoperiodic Response Curves
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Description Photoperiodic response curves of US and Japanese populations from the 2008 collection. Percent diapause measured as described in text of publication. Each sheet provides the photoperiodic response of a single population, with seperate populations on seperate sheets. Three letter population codes as in Table A1.
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Title Average date of first frost and average daily minima for weather stations located near collecting sites of populations from the US and Japan
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Description The date of first frost and annual absolute minimum temperature from 1988-2008 were collected from the National Climatic Data Center (http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/ncdc.html) and the NOAA National Data Center (http://www7.ncdc.noaa.gov/CDO) for the US and Japan, respectively. For a location in which there were years that did not have a frost, the latest date of first frost across the 20 year data set for that particular population was substituted. For OKI, there was no frost date recorded for the 20 year data set; thus the latest date of first frost for all populations across all years was substituted
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Title Blocking Design of CPP Experiment
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Description Blocking design to measure photoperiodic response of populations from the US and Japan in the 2008 collection.
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Urbanski J, Mogi M, O'Donnell D, DeCotiis M, Toma T, Armbruster P (2012) Rapid adaptive evolution of photoperiodic response during invasion and range expansion across a climatic gradient. The American Naturalist 179(4): 490-500. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/664709

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Urbanski J, Mogi M, O'Donnell D, DeCotiis M, Toma T, Armbruster P (2012) Data from: Rapid adaptive evolution of photoperiodic response during invasion and range expansion across a climatic gradient. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.68277435
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