Data from: The evolution of reduced antagonism – a role for host-parasite coevolution

Gibson AK, Stoy KS, Gelarden IA, Penley MJ, Lively CM, Morran LT

Date Published: September 22, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f6g68

 

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Title Frequency of the ruby-throated phenotype
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Description Frequency of the ruby-throated phenotype assayed in different combinations of host and parasite lines. "Pairing" indicates the specific pairing of host and parasite lines being made. "Host" and "Parasite" columns provide additional details. In these columns, Ancestor and Ancestor-sm2170 refer to the ancestral populations of host and parasite, respectively, used to initiate experimental evolution. Similarly, control, singly, and co-passaged refer to the products of 20 generations of experimental selection under the Control, Singly-passaged, and Co-passaged treatments, respectively. "Line" indicates the replicate lineage being tested, and "Replicate" indicates the replicate assay plate within each replicate lineage. "Frequency" indicates the proportion of adult hermaphrodites displaying the ruby-throated phenotype in the assay population.
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Title Fecundity of ruby-throated hermaphrodites
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Description Fecundity of ruby-throated hermaphrodites, resulting from different combinations of host and parasite lines. "Pairing" indicates the specific pairing of host and parasite lines being made. "Host" and "Parasite" columns provide additional details. "Line" indicates the replicate lineage being tested, and "Replicate" indicates the replicate assay plate within each replicate lineage. For each replicate assay plate, 10 hermaphrodites were observed - column "Hermaphrodite." The number of offspring produced by each hermaphrodite is reported in the column "Offspring."
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Title Fecundity of healthy hermaphrodites
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Description Fecundity of healthy hermaphrodites, assayed in otherwise the same way as fecundity of ruby-throated hermaphrodites. "Host" indicates the host experimental evolution treatment being assayed, and "Line" the replicate lineage. Fifteen hermaphrodites were sampled per replicate lineage, identified under "Hermaphrodite." The number of offspring produced by each hermaphrodite is reported in column "Offspring."
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Title Mortality rate
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Description Mortality rate induced by parasite populations following experimental evolution. All parasite populations were evaluated against the ancestral host lineage of matching number. “Parasite” indicates the parasite experimental evolution treatment being assaying, and “Line” the replicate lineage. “Replicate” indicates the replicate assay plate. “Mortality_Rate” gives the proportion of hosts found to be dead or morbid following 24 hours of exposure to the parasite population.
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Title Local Adaptation
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Description Local adaptation data. Fecundity of hosts from the Co-passaged treatment paired with sympatric and allopatric parasites from the Co-passaged treatment. A “1” in the “Sympatric” column indicates a sympatric pairing; “0” indicates allopatric. “Line_host” and “Line_parasite” indicate the replicate lineages of host and parasite, respectively, combined in the assay. “Replicate” identifies the 15 hermaphrodites assayed for fecundity per pairing. The number of offspring produced by each hermaphrodite is reported in the column “Offspring.”
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Gibson AK, Stoy KS, Gelarden IA, Penley MJ, Lively CM, Morran LT (2015) The evolution of reduced antagonism – a role for host-parasite coevolution. Evolution 69(11): 2820-2830. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12785

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Gibson AK, Stoy KS, Gelarden IA, Penley MJ, Lively CM, Morran LT (2015) Data from: The evolution of reduced antagonism – a role for host-parasite coevolution. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f6g68
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