Data from: Iterative development and the scope for plasticity: contrasts among trait categories in an adaptive radiation

Foster SA, Wund MA, Graham MA, Earley RL, Gardiner R, Kearns T, Baker JA

Date Published: June 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.884hv

 

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Title Foster_etal_2015_Heredity_MorphometricsData_Fig2
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Description Foster_etal_2015_Heredity_MorphometricsData_Fig2.txt contains the raw data, formatted for the “tps” geometric morphometric software written by F. James Rohlf at Stony Brook University. Many other morphometrics programs can read data in this format. Each entry begins with the number of landmarks for a given specimen, and the subsequent lines of data are the x,y coordinates, in pixels, of the landmarks. The x,y coordinates are followed by a photo filename associated with each specimen (available upon request). The next line represents the unique specimen ID and the final line represents the scale in pixels/cm.
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Title Foster_etal_2015_Heredity_CVAData_Fig2
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Description The excel file Foster_etal_2015_Heredity_CVAData_Fig2.xls contains the results of a canonical variates analysis distinguishing body shape based upon treatments. The treatments were: BB: individuals began in a simulated benthic environment and remained in a benthic environment BL: individuals began in a simulated benthic environment and were moved to a limnetic environment LL: individuals began in a simulated limonite environment and were moved to a benthic environment LB: individuals began in a simulated limnetic environment and were moved to a benthic environment Specimen IDs in the excel file correspond to the specimen IDs in the tps morphometrics file.
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Title Foster_etal_2015_heredity_eggcortisol_Figure4
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Description The file “Foster_etal_2015_heredity_eggcortisol_Figure4” contains the data portrayed in Figure 4. This figure shows cortisol concentrations of 4 successive clutches extruded from female threespine stickleback. Females were either stripped of their clutches at the time of ovulation (short retention treatment) or 24 hours post-ovulation (prolonged egg retention). This file has the following 5 columns of data: clutchnumber – this indicates the sequence number of the clutch extruded from the fish retentiontreatment – this indicates whether the clutch was stripped from the female at the time of ovulation (short egg retention) or 24 hours post ovulation (prolonged egg retention). population – female stickleback from two Alaskan populations were studied, both are freshwater lakes – Lynne Lake and Willow Lake. clutchmass – clutch mass in grams cortisol (ln pg per g clutch mass) – this indicated the natural log transformed cortisol concentration of each clutch, given is picogram per gram of clutch mass
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Foster SA, Wund MA, Graham MA, Earley RL, Gardiner R, Kearns T, Baker JA (2015) Iterative development and the scope for plasticity: contrasts among trait categories in an adaptive radiation. Heredity 115: 335-348. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2015.66

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Foster SA, Wund MA, Graham MA, Earley RL, Gardiner R, Kearns T, Baker JA (2015) Data from: Iterative development and the scope for plasticity: contrasts among trait categories in an adaptive radiation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.884hv
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