Data from: Love the one you're with: proximity determines paternity success in the barnacle Tetraclita rubescens

Kelly MW, Grosberg RK, Sanford E

Date Published: August 10, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gd771

 

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Title Monterey 2008 high density genotypes
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Description Brood and adult genotypes at 4 microsatellite loci for the barnacle Tetraclita rubesens from high density patches in Monterey Bay in 2008.
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Title Monterey 2007 low density genotypes
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Description Brood and adult genotypes at 4 microsatellite loci for the barnacle Tetraclita rubesens from low density patches in Monterey Bay in 2007.
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Title Bodega 2007 low density genotypes
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Description Brood and adult genotypes at 4 microsatellite loci for the barnacle Tetraclita rubesens from high density patches in Bodega Bay in 2007.
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Title Attributes of potential fathers
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Description Attributes of potential sires in the mating group of each focal individual with a brood, used to analyze factors predicting paternity success. "Distance" is the pairwise distance between potential sire and individual with the focal brood. "Bodymass" is the dry weight of all soft tissues of potential sire (g). "maleinvest" is dry weight of penis + testes + seminar vesicles" (g). "reciprocity" 1 if this individual's brood was sired by the focal individual 0 if not. "success" 1 if this individual is the inferred father of the focal brood, 0 if not. "density" 1 if mating group is from a high density patch, 0 if not.
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Kelly MW, Grosberg RK, Sanford E (2012) Love the one you're with: proximity determines paternity success in the barnacle Tetraclita rubescens. Molecular Ecology 21(20): 5088–5097. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12009

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Kelly MW, Grosberg RK, Sanford E (2012) Data from: Love the one you're with: proximity determines paternity success in the barnacle Tetraclita rubescens. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gd771
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