Data from: Female fecundity variation affects reproducibility of experiments on host plant preference and acceptance in a phytophagous insect

Schäpers A, Petrén H, Wheat CW, Wiklund C, Friberg M

Date Published: January 25, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8qp7s

 

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Title Acceptance_Cohorts_a-i
Description Acceptance_Cohorts_a-i.csv This dataset includes acceptance data (eggs laid per day) on three different host plants (BaDay=Barbarea vulgaris, ArDay=Armoracia rusticana, and BrDay=Brassica napus). Columns include also the Cohort (a-i), the butterfly ID number, the site of the experiment (Stockholm/Uppsala), the generation (direct developing/diapausing), the total number of eggs laid in the acceptance experiment, the discal cell length (right forewing), the eggs left in abdomen and the total number of eggs (laid+unlaid).
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Title Acceptance_Size_cohorts_a,b.csv
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Description This dataset links the acceptance data (eggs laid/ day) on the three host plants to the size of the female and the size of her mating partner. Columns include also female ID, female size group, male size group, size combination and size combination
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Title Comp_Acc-Pref_Cohorts_a,b.csv
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Description This dataset compares the acceptance data (eggs laid/ day) on three different host plants (BaDay=Barbarea vulgaris, ArDay=Armoracia rusticana, and BrDay=Brassica napus) with preference data (eggs laid/day) on the same three hosts. The columns include also female ID, cohort, and test type (choice test of preference, no-choice test of acceptance).
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Title Sample_Effect__Cohorts_a.csv
Description This dataset underlies the analysis of effect size vs. sample size, and reports the Cohort, the mean number of eggs laid by each cohort on each of the three host plants (Barbarea vulgaris, Armoracia rusticana, and Brassica napus), the mean total number of eggs laid, the sample size (n), and the effect size (mean number of eggs laid on Barbarea vulgaris minus the mean number of eggs laid on Armoracia rusticana, mean number of eggs laid on Barbarea vulgaris minus the mean number of eggs laid on Brassica napus, and mean number of eggs laid on Armoracia rusticana minus the mean number of eggs laid on Brassica napus, respectively).
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Title Cohort_j.csv
Description This dataset reports the number of eggs laid and the number of eggs left in the abdomen in a set of P. napi females that were allowed to oviposit on Brassica napus during their entire post-mating life.
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Schäpers A, Petrén H, Wheat CW, Wiklund C, Friberg M (2017) Female fecundity variation affects reproducibility of experiments on host plant preference and acceptance in a phytophagous insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1849): 20162643. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.2643

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Schäpers A, Petrén H, Wheat CW, Wiklund C, Friberg M (2017) Data from: Female fecundity variation affects reproducibility of experiments on host plant preference and acceptance in a phytophagous insect. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8qp7s
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