Data from: Extending the concept of diversity partitioning to characterize phenotypic complexity

Marion ZH, Fordyce JA, Fitzpatrick BM

Date Published: April 28, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7vh21

 

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Title Milkweed Cardenolide Data
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Description Cardenolide concentration data originally published by Fordyce & Malcolm (2000)
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Title Baseline American Toad Bufadienolide Concentrations
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Description Parotoid secretions were collected on pre-weighed filter paper after manual expression by compressing each gland between two fingers. Following an initial sampling, toads were randomly assigned to one of three expression-frequency treatments (N = 42)—frequent expression (5x), medium expression (1x), or low expression (0x)—and sampled over five months. At the experiment’s conclusion, toad glands were expressed one final time for comparison, followed by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) of the secretions. Here we compare the baseline chemotypes to the final chemotypes among treatments.
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Title Final American Toad Bufadienolide Concentrations after 5 months of paratoid expression
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Description Parotoid secretions were collected on pre-weighed filter paper after manual expression by compressing each gland between two fingers. Following an initial sampling, toads were randomly assigned to one of three expression-frequency treatments (N = 42)—frequent expression (5x), medium expression (1x), or low expression (0x)—and sampled over five months. At the experiment’s conclusion, toad glands were expressed one final time for comparison, followed by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) of the secretions. Here we compare the baseline chemotypes to the final chemotypes among treatments.
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Title Populus Phospholipid Fatty Acid Dataset
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Description Schweitzer et al. (2008) used phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) biomarkers to assess rhizosphere microbial community composition as a complex extended phenotype of Populus trees, asking whether PLFA profiles consistently differed among tree genotypes in a common garden. The dataset includes 3–4 clones each of four genotypes of Populus fremontii and five genotypes of Populus angustifolia.
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Marion ZH, Fordyce JA, Fitzpatrick BM (2015) Extending the concept of diversity partitioning to characterize phenotypic complexity. The American Naturalist 186(3): 348-361. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/682369

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Marion ZH, Fordyce JA, Fitzpatrick BM (2015) Data from: Extending the concept of diversity partitioning to characterize phenotypic complexity. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7vh21
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