Data from: Genotype specificity among hosts, pathogens, and beneficial microbes influences the strength of symbiont mediated protection

Parker BJ, Hrcek J, McLean AHC, Godfray HCJ

Date Published: February 20, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6q750

 

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Description [1] Sporulation data for the G_symbiont x G_pathogen experiment. Each line represents one aphid harboring a particular symbiont ("Symbiont_Genotype") infected with the fungal pathogen Pandora neoaphidis ("Fungal_Genotype"). A "0" indicates that the aphid did not produce a sporulating cadaver, a "1" indicates that the aphid sporulated. [2] Survival data from the same experiment (G_symbiont x G_pathogen) (control aphids only). The columns day and survival form the Surv object for survival analysis: status indicates the aphid was alive (0) or dead (1) on a given day. [3] Sporulation data for the G_symbiont x G_host experiment. Aphid genotype ("Host.Genotype") and symbiont genotype ("Symbiont.Genotype") are indicated. As above, each line represents an individual aphid, with a "0" indicating that the aphid did not produce a sporulating cadaver, a "1" indicating that the aphid sporulated.
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Parker BJ, Hrcek J, McLean AHC, Godfray HCJ (2017) Genotype specificity among hosts, pathogens, and beneficial microbes influences the strength of symbiont mediated protection. Evolution 71(5): 1222–1231. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13216

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Parker BJ, Hrcek J, McLean AHC, Godfray HCJ (2017) Data from: Genotype specificity among hosts, pathogens, and beneficial microbes influences the strength of symbiont mediated protection. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6q750
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