Data from: Effects of antibiotic resistance alleles on bacterial evolutionary responses to viral parasites

Arias-Sánchez FI, Hall A

Date Published: September 13, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90qb7.3

 

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Title Arias_Hall_BiolLett_2016_data
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Description The Excel file contains population density, bacteriophage sensitivity and mutation rate estimate data. The ReadMe worksheet describes the contents in detail. ‘Main experiment’ gives population densities after 0h, 20h and 72h in the main experiment. ‘Table S1’ gives changes in bacterial sensitivity to phages in control populations against all three phages. ‘FT raw data’ gives colony counts and population sizes from fluctuation assays. ‘Falcor’ gives output from mutation rate estimation using Falcor before and after correction for partial plating (plating efficiency).
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Arias-Sánchez FI, Hall A (2016) Effects of antibiotic resistance alleles on bacterial evolutionary responses to viral parasites. Biology Letters 12(5): 20160064. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2016.0064

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Arias-Sánchez FI, Hall A (2016) Data from: Effects of antibiotic resistance alleles on bacterial evolutionary responses to viral parasites. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90qb7.3
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