Data from: Aquatic polymers can drive pathogen transmission in coastal ecosystems

Shapiro K, Krusor C, Mazzillo FFM, Conrad PA, Largier JL, Mazet JAK, Silver MW

Date Published: September 17, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g0q01

 

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Title Microcsopy data for aggregation experiments
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Description Data was collected by laboratory experiments, spiking T. gondii and surrogate microspheres into seawater samples. coloumn headings include Jar (treatment) number, replicate number, membrane replicate number (three per replicate), and raw counts of each particle type (DG surrogate, GB surrogate, and T. gondii oocysts)
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Title Image J aggregate dimensions - aggregation experiments
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Description Data contains long and short axes as well as volume derived from right cylinder and ellipsoid equations for the macroaggregates in jars used for aggregation experiments. Columns include treatment type, replciate number, number of aggregates, and corresonding long axis, short axis, and volume of each aggregate. Data was obtained using the software Image J.
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Shapiro K, Krusor C, Mazzillo FFM, Conrad PA, Largier JL, Mazet JAK, Silver MW (2014) Aquatic polymers can drive pathogen transmission in coastal ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281(1795): 20141287. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.1287

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Shapiro K, Krusor C, Mazzillo FFM, Conrad PA, Largier JL, Mazet JAK, Silver MW (2014) Data from: Aquatic polymers can drive pathogen transmission in coastal ecosystems. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g0q01
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