Data from: Subfamily-dependent alternative reproductive strategies in worker honey bees

Yagound B, Duncan M, Chapman NC, Oldroyd BP

Date Published: November 2, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f4m18

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Description This data file contains 19 worksheets. Worksheet "Data" contains the raw data for all individuals showing their identity, patriline, fertility status (0 = ovaries non-activated, 1 = ovaries activated), drifting status (0 = collected in natal nest, 1 = collected in foreign nest), natal colony identity, social context of the natal colony, host colony identity (if applicable), social context of the host colony (if applicable), distance of drifting in metres (if applicable), and replicate number. Worksheets "QR1" to "HQL6" contain the genotypes of all workers for all microsatellite loci, respectively for each colony (n = 18). The queens' deduced genotypes are also reported for each colony.
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Yagound B, Duncan M, Chapman NC, Oldroyd BP (2017) Subfamily-dependent alternative reproductive strategies in worker honeybees. Molecular Ecology 26(24): 6938-6947. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14417

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Yagound B, Duncan M, Chapman NC, Oldroyd BP (2017) Data from: Subfamily-dependent alternative reproductive strategies in worker honey bees. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f4m18
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