Data from: Incomplete loss of a conserved trait: function, latitudinal cline, and genetic constraints

Royer AM, Kremer C, George K, Pérez SG, Schemske DW, Conner JK

Date Published: October 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gk4n7

 

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Title Native range accessions common garden data
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Description This is a csv file containing all the data from our analysis of geographic variation in stamen and ovule number. Each row represents a single flower. Multiple flowers were sampled per plant, multiple plants per accession, and multiple accessions per geographic location. Geographic location is in column 1 (Abbrev.), populated with abbreviations for the locations (see Table S1 for more information). Accessions (genotypes, maintained by self-pollination from a single field collection) are indicated by unique numbers in column 2 (Stock#). Individual plant IDs are in column 3; these numbers are unique within Stock#s, but replicated across (e.g., both stock # 36 and #22582 will have plants 1, 2, 3...). Column 4 (Coll. Date) is the date the flower was collected, which was used to estimate plant flowering times. Column 5 (fl rank) gives the rank of the flower. If it was on the main flowering stalk of the plant, flowers were numbered from the first to open (at the bottom), with floral rank increasing up the flowering stalk. Flowers on side branches were not assigned ranks, and instead labeled "axil." Columns 6 and 7 give the number of long and short stamens in the flower, respectively. Column 8 gives the number of ovules in the flower; those data are only available for a subset of flowers. The remaining columns give the latitude and longitude with hours, minutes, and seconds separated into different columns (e.g. "lat h" is hours, "lat m" is minutes, "lat s" is seconds).
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Title RIL stamen number by flower, for variance partitioning analysis
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Description This is a csv file with the RIL short stamen number data used for partitioning variance. Each row is a single flower. Column 1, "Line" is the recombinant inbred line (RIL). "Plant.nested.in.line," Column 2, gives the number identifying each individual plant (each plant within a RIL has a unique number, but those numbers are replicated across RILs). Column 3, "shorts," is the number of short stamens in each flower.
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Title Short stamen number for parents of RILs, for variance partitioning
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Description This is a csv file with the RIL parent short stamen number data used for partitioning variance. Each row is a single flower. Column 1, "ShortStamen," is the number of short stamens in each flower. Column 2, "Pop", indicates which parent the flower was sampled from (Italian or Swedish). Column 3, "Line," is the parental subline (see manuscript). Column 4, "Rep," gives the number identifying each individual plant (each plant within a parental subline has a unique number, but those numbers are replicated across sublines).
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Title Variation in seed set with natural variation in short stamen number
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Description This is a csv file with the data used to assess function of short stamens using natural variation in short stamen number. Each row corresponds to a single flower/fruit. Column 1, "Pop" identifies the geographic location the accession is associated with. Column 2, "Stock#" gives the ID of the accession (when available, these are ABRC stock numbers). Multiple accessions were sampled per location. Multiple plants per accession were also sampled; individual plant IDs are in column 3, "PlantUnique." Columns 4 and 5 are the number of long and short stamens, respectively. The number of seeds produced by the fruit are in Column 6.
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Title Short stamen function, stamen removal test data
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Description This is a csv file containing the data on short stamen function based on treatments removing stamens in different configurations. Each row is a single flower/fruit. Column 1 specifies which geographic location the accession was originally from (see Table S1). The second column ("plant") gives a unique ID for the specific plant the flower was sampled from. Each plant received each treatment at least once. Column 3, "treatment," shows which treatment the flower received ("remall" = all stamens removed, "remnone" = no stamens removed, but stamens probed with forceps as a control; "remlong" = only long stamens removed; "remshort" = only short stamens removed; "unmanip" = unmanipulated, not touched by forceps. Column 4 ("seed set") gives the resulting number of seeds produced by that flower/fruit, and column 5 ("year") shows which year the treatment was applied (2007 was in a growth chamber, 2011 plants were put outside after treatments were applied until flowers wilted.)
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Title RIL line means for QTL and epistasis analyses
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Description This csv file contains the RIL data used for QTL analysis, including the separate analysis of epistasis. Each row represents a single plant; multiple flowers were sampled per plant, so the stamen numbers are averages. The first three columns are total stamen numbers (long and short together); Column 1 "QN_mean_stamen_number" is quantile-normalized, column 2 "no6s_stamen_number" includes only plants that had some stamen loss, column 3 "mean_stamen_number" is the raw mean. Column 4, "id," is the RIL number. Columns 4-7 give the genotype of the QTL (those on chromosomes 1, 3, and 5 respectively) for each line; "a" indicates lines homozygous for the Italian (stamen loss) allele, while "b" indicates lines homozygous for the Swedish (short stamen production) allele. Column 8 gives the mean short stamen number (subtracting the four long stamens; mean_stamen_number - 4).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Royer AM, Kremer C, George K, Pérez SG, Schemske DW, Conner JK (2016) Incomplete loss of a conserved trait: function, latitudinal cline, and genetic constraints. Evolution 70(12): 2853-2864. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13096

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Royer AM, Kremer C, George K, Pérez SG, Schemske DW, Conner JK (2016) Data from: Incomplete loss of a conserved trait: function, latitudinal cline, and genetic constraints. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gk4n7
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