Data from: Developmental instability is genetically correlated with phenotypic plasticity, constraining heritability, and fitness

Tonsor SJ, Elnaccash TW, Scheiner SM

Date Published: May 13, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j00tn

 

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Title Cvi x Ler recombinant inbred line means, 13 traits, 4 nitrogen supply rates, controlled environment chambers
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Description These data were collected in controlled environment chambers at the University of Pittsburgh, Department of Biological Sciences. Plants were grown in a robotic ebb-and-flood watering system under controlled CO2 content atmosphere at 4 nitrogen supply levels, supplied with Dosatron apportioners and calibrated with an ion-specific probe. All 4 N treatments were included in each of the 4 chambers. The plants were 160 lines from the Landberg-Cape Verdi Islands recombinant inbred line (RIL) population of Alonso-Blanco and Koornneef. RIL means were calculated using proc means in SAS after removing the chamber mean residuals.
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Tonsor SJ, Scheiner SM, Elnaccash TW (2013) Developmental instability is genetically correlated with phenotypic plasticity, constraining heritability, and fitness. Evolution 67(10): 2923–2935. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12175

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