Data from: Testing local adaptation in a natural great tit-malaria system: an experimental approach

Jenkins T, Delhaye J, Christe P

Date Published: November 13, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gd6fk

 

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Title Malaria infection status and intensity and great tit host morphological data to assess local adaptation between great tit and malaria
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Description These data were collected from great tits for a reciprocal transplant experiment that took place in the Canton de Vaud, Switzerland in the summer of 2013. Bird: ring number. Release Cage: the aviary that birds were released in. Treatment: mal = malarone, pbs= control with phosphate buffered saline. Block: which block birds were in. Nest: the nest of origin of each bird. Site_origin: the site that each bird originated from. Release_site: the site where birds were released (in aviaries for the experiment). Wing_end: wing measurement at the end of the experiment. Tars_end: tarsus length at the end of the experiment. Wgt_end: weight at the end of the experiment. Haem_end: haematocrit at the end of the experiment. Temp_end: temperature at the end of the experiment. July_dayinf: the date that birds got infected (number of days since July 1st). July_dayend: the date of the end of the experiment (number of days since July 1st). inf_end: whether birds were infected at the end of the experiment. logr: log parasitaemia at the end of the experiment (for formula see main text). membr_resist_end: oxidative stress measurement as membrane resistance at the end of the experiment. Wing_max: wing length when infection was at its peak. Tarsus_max: tarsus length at the peak of infection. Wgt_max: the weight at the peak of infection. Haem_max: haematocrit at the peak of infection. Temp_max: the temperature at the peak of infection. membr_resist_max: oxidative stress measurement as membrane resistance at the peak of infection. July_daymax: date at which the maximum parasitaemia was recorded (in number of days since July 1st). logr_max: log parasitaemia at the end of the experiment (for formula see main text)
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Jenkins T, Delhaye J, Christe P (2015) Testing local adaptation in a natural great tit-malaria system: an experimental approach. PLOS ONE 10(11): e0141391. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0141391

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Jenkins T, Delhaye J, Christe P (2015) Data from: Testing local adaptation in a natural great tit-malaria system: an experimental approach. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gd6fk
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