Data from: Tradeoffs, geography, and limits to thermal adaptation in a tidepool copepod

 

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Title days survived without food
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Description Days survived without food for adult female Tigriopus californicus from lines selected for increased thermal tolerance and for lines held as unselected controls. First line of file is line name. First two letters are two-letter population code (see sampling locations file), followed by line number, followed by -U for unselected or -S for selected lines.
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Title female body size
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Description Body length (in mm) of adult female Tigriopus californicus from lines selected for increased thermal tolerance and for lines held as unselected controls. Second column is population name (see sampling locations file). Third column is selection status: S = selected line U = unselected line. N= 6 individuals per line, 3-4 selected and unselected lines per population
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Title male body size
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Description # Body length (in mm) of adult male Tigriopus californicus from lines selected for increased thermal tolerance and for lines held as unselected controls. # first column is population name (see sampling locations file). # second column is selection status: S = selected line U = unselected line # N= 6 individuals per line, 3-4 selected and unselected lines per population
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Title brood size
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Description # Mean number of larvae from the first 3 broods of females from lines selected for increased thermal tolerance and from lines held as unselected controls. # second column is population name (see sampling locations file). # third column is selection status: S = selected line U = unselected line # N= 6 individuals per line, 3-4 selected and unselected lines per population
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Title interbrood interval
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Description # Mean number of days between broods for the first 3 broods of females from lines selected for increased thermal tolerance and from lines held as unselected controls. # second column is population name (see sampling locations file). # third column is selection status: S = selected line U = unselected line
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Title minimum generation time
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Description # minimum generation time (in days) for females from lines selected for increased thermal tolerance and from lines held as unselected controls. # second column is population name (see sampling locations file). # third column is selection status: S = selected line U = unselected line
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Title Sampling locations
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Description sampling locations and abbreviations for Tigriopus californicus
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Kelly MW, Grosberg RK, Sanford E (2013) Tradeoffs, geography, and limits to thermal adaptation in a tidepool copepod. The American Naturalist 181(6): 846-854. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/670336

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Kelly MW, Grosberg RK, Sanford E (2013) Data from: Tradeoffs, geography, and limits to thermal adaptation in a tidepool copepod. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g89m0
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