Data from: Plasticity and epistasis strongly affect bacterial fitness after losing multiple metabolic genes

D’Souza G, Waschina S, Kaleta C, Kost C

Date Published: March 9, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hq701

 

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Title Relative_fitness_Epistasis_Dsouza_et_al_2015
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Description The file consists of data showing the fitness (expected and observed) relative to the wild type and epistasis of different auxotrophic genotypes in minimal media with either fructose or succinate as the carbon source. The file also contains data of control experiments showing fitness relative to the wild type of genotypes subject to successive rounds of transduction with the same phage genotype and also the fitness (Malthusian parameter) of auxotrophic genotypes with and without the kanamycin resitance cassette.
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D’Souza G, Waschina S, Kaleta C, Kost C (2015) Plasticity and epistasis strongly affect bacterial fitness after losing multiple metabolic genes. Evolution 69(5): 1244–1254. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12640

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D’Souza G, Waschina S, Kaleta C, Kost C (2015) Data from: Plasticity and epistasis strongly affect bacterial fitness after losing multiple metabolic genes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hq701
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