Data from: Causes and consequences of failed adaptation to biological invasions: the role of ecological constraints

Lau JA, terHorst CP

Date Published: January 20, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f0nf4

 

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Title Lau_2006_Experiment_reciprocal_transplant.csv
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Description Please see associated README file. These data were originally presented in J. A. Lau. 2006. Evolutionary responses of native plants to novel community members. Evolution 60:56-63. They are fitness data from a reciprocal transplant experiment in which Acmispon wrangelianus genotypes collected from populations invaded or uninvaded by Medicago polymorpha were transplanted into a full 2 x 2 factorial experiment manipulating the presence of the exotic plant Medicago polymorpha and insect herbivores in invaded sites and into insecticided/non-insecticided plots in uninvaded sites. The README file also describes a related dataset (see Lau_2006_Field_reciprocal_transplant).
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Title Lau 2006 Field reciprocal transplant
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Description Please see associated README file. These data were originally presented in J. A. Lau. 2006. Evolutionary responses of native plants to novel community members. Evolution 60:56-63. They are fitness data from a reciprocal transplant experiment in which Acmispon wrangelianus genotypes collected from populations invaded or uninvaded by Medicago polymorpha were transplanted into invaded and uninvaded sites. The README file also describes a related dataset (see Lau_2006_Experiment_reciprocal_transplant).
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Title Lau_and_Strauss_ 2005_Year_2_data
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Description Please see associated README file. These data were originally presented in J. A. Lau and S. Y. Strauss. 2005. Insect herbivores drive important indirect effects of exotic plants on native communities. Ecology 86:2990-2997. The data characterize phenotypic traits (flowering time, size, herbivory) of naturally occurring Acmispon wrangelianus individuals growing in a 2 x 2 factorial experiment where the presence of the invasive plant Medicago polymorpha and insect herbivores were experimentally manipulated. The README file also describes a related dataset (see Lau_and_Strauss_2005_Year_1_data).
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Title Lau_and_Strauss_2005_Year_1_data
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Description Please see associated README file. These data were originally presented in J. A. Lau and S. Y. Strauss. 2005. Insect herbivores drive important indirect effects of exotic plants on native communities. Ecology 86:2990-2997. The data characterize phenotypic traits (flowering time, size, herbivory) of naturally occurring Acmispon wrangelianus individuals growing in a 2 x 2 factorial experiment where the presence of the invasive plant Medicago polymorpha and insect herbivores were experimentally manipulated. The README file also describes a related dataset (see Lau_and_Strauss_2005_Year_2_data).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Lau JA, terHorst CP (2015) Causes and consequences of failed adaptation to biological invasions: the role of ecological constraints. Molecular Ecology 24(9): 1987-1998. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13084

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Lau JA, terHorst CP (2015) Data from: Causes and consequences of failed adaptation to biological invasions: the role of ecological constraints. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f0nf4
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