Data from: Baculovirus infection triggers a positive phototactic response in caterpillars to induce ‘tree-top’ disease

van Houte S, van Oers MM, Yue H, Vlak JM, Ros VID

Date Published: December 2, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f082m

 

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Description Height (mm) at which each individual larva (n=31) was found at time points t=0 hours post-infection (hpi) until 166 hpi. At each time point survival was monitored (alive/dead =A/D).
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Title raw_data_Fig1B
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Description Height at death (mm) was measured per individual. Three treatments: 1. Light from above only; 2. Light from below only; 3. Dark conditions only. Two replicate experiments performed for each of the treatments (column replicate #), combined data from these two replicates are used in graph of Fig. 1B.
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Description Height (mm) per individual larva measured at different time points after mock-infection, from 0 hours post mock-infection until 214 hpi (light/dark) or 184 hpi (only dark).Two treatments: 1. mock-infected larvae kept under normal light/dark conditions; 2. mock-infected larvae kept under dark conditions.
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van Houte S, van Oers MM, Yue H, Vlak JM, Ros VID (2014) Baculovirus infection triggers a positive phototactic response in caterpillars to induce ‘tree-top’ disease. Biology Letters 10(12): 20140680. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2014.0680

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van Houte S, van Oers MM, Yue H, Vlak JM, Ros VID (2014) Data from: Baculovirus infection triggers a positive phototactic response in caterpillars to induce ‘tree-top’ disease. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f082m
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