Data from: The quantitative genetics of incipient speciation: heritability and genetic correlations of skeletal traits in populations of diverging Favia fragum ecomorphs.

Carlon DB, Budd AF, Lippé C, Andrew RL

Date Published: June 9, 2011

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6fm54

 

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Title adults
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Description Description of Dryad file "adults.csv" - This file contains the morphometric data and microsatellite genpotypes used to estimate heritability from wild populations. The dimensions are 70 columns x 128 rows. The first row is simply a column counter for the file. Rows > 1 contain data for a single coral colony. Columns 1-3 contain ecomorph, habitat, and site information. Note that the "STRI Point" site represents the lagoon environment in the manuscript, and the "Playa paunch" site represents the exposed reef environment. Columns 4-34 contain bookstein coordinates for the landmarks described in Appendix S1. Columns 35-41 contain linear distances (mm) also described in Appendix S1. Columns 46-71 contain microsatellite genotype information for each individual coral. The label in row 2 is the locus name. The two columns under each label contain the allele size in base pair of the SSR for each chromosome. I.e. column 42 contains the two allele sizes for locus "D3": this locus in homozygous as both alleles are 270 bp long. A "0" in these columns indicates the product did not amplify, which we interpret as a null allele (see text).
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Title common_garden
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Description Description of Dryad file "common_garden.csv" - This file contains the morphometric data and microsatellite genpotypes used to estimate heritability from a common garden. The dimensions are 70 columns x 266 rows. The first row is simply a column counter for the file. Rows > 1 contain data for a single coral colony grown in the common garden. Columns 1-4 contain ecomorph, habitat, site, and individual information. Note that the "STRI Point" site represents the lagoon environment in the manuscript, and the "Playa paunch" site represents the exposed reef environment. Individual labels, e.g. "DS14.1", contain the following information: (i) first letter indicates habitat (D=reef, S= Seagrass), (ii) second letter indicates ecomorph (S= Short, T= Tall), (iii) following two digits indicate the dam identity, and (iv) the final digit indicates offspring identity. Thus offpspring with the same dam identity are sibs. Columns 5-35 contain bookstein coordinates for the landmarks described in Appendix S1. Columns 36-42 contain linear distances (mm) also described in Appendix S1. Columns 43-70 contain microsatellite genotype information for each individual coral, inferred from the maternal dam, see text for details. The label in row 2 is the locus name. The two columns under each label contain the allele size in base pair of the SSR for each chromosome. I.e. column 42 contains the two allele sizes for locus "D3": this locus in homozygous as both alleles are 270 bp long. A "0" in these columns indicates the product did not amplify, which we interpret as a null allele (see text).
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Title parent_offpsring
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Description Description of Dryad file "parent_offspring.csv" - This file contains the morphometric data for wild parents and their offspring grown in a common garden. The dimensions are 80 columns x 264 rows. The data is structures so that "y-values" the data prefixed by "O" in columns 42-80 can be regressed on "x-values" or the data prefixed by "P" in columns 5-41. The first row is simply a column counter for the file. Rows > 1 contain morphometric measurements for wild parents and common garden offspring. Columns 1-4 contain ecomorph, habitat, site, and dam information. Note that the "STRI Point" site represents the lagoon environment in the manuscrpt. Dam labels, e.g. "DS-14", contain the following information: (i) first letter indicates habitat (D=reef, S= Seagrass), (ii) second letter indicates ecomorph (S= Short, T= Tall), (iii) a number > "-" indicating dam identity. Columns 5-42 contain bookstein coordinates and linear measurements for the maternal dam. Dam measurements have the prefix "P" added to the codes described in Appendix S1. Columns 42-80 contain bookstein coordinates and linear measurements for an individual offpspring. Offspring measurements have the prefix "O" added to the codes described in Appendix S1.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Carlon DB, Budd AF, Lippé C, Andrew RL (2011) The quantitative genetics of incipient speciation: heritability and genetic correlations of skeletal traits in populations of diverging Favia fragum ecomorphs. Evolution 65(12): 3428-3447. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01389.x

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Carlon DB, Budd AF, Lippé C, Andrew RL (2011) Data from: The quantitative genetics of incipient speciation: heritability and genetic correlations of skeletal traits in populations of diverging Favia fragum ecomorphs. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6fm54
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