Data from: Large wildlife removal drives immune defense increases in rodents

Young HS, Dirzo R, Helgen KM, McCauley DJ, Nunn CL, Snyder P, Veblen KE, Zhao S, Ezenwa VO

Date Published: August 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j1t67

 

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Title Immune Responses Saccostomus mearnsi
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Description Immunity parameters from Saccostomus mearnsi collected in Kenya Long Term Exclosure Experiment. Eartag1/Eartag2 = unique eartags applied to each animal. Species = species ID, always Saccostomus mearnsi (SAME). Sex = sex (always male, M). condition = reproductive status (always scrotal, S). Weight = mass in g. Number fleas = number of fleas on one side of the animal (data not used in analysis). CPUE = catch per unit effort (trap success per plot and season). Site = KLEE site used (North, South or Central represented by N, S, C; Exclosure = 0, Control = MWC). Capture date = date animal captured. Rainfall = Rainfall for the period preceding that trapping date. Trapping period = the period in which that animal was trapped. Neutrophil, Eosinophil, Basophil, Monocyte, Lymphocyte = number of cells of each type counted out of the "Total Count" column. Pre1_score = HA score prior to antigen exposure, Pre2_score = replicate of HA score prior to antigen exposure. Post1_score = HA score post antigen exposure. Post2_score = HA score post antigen exposure. Sheep = HA score for control (sheep). BKA1, BKA2, BKA3 = number of colonies present in BKA for three different plates. pos1,pos2,pos3 = number of colonies from positive control (no blood) in BKA for three plates.
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Young HS, Dirzo R, Helgen KM, McCauley DJ, Nunn CL, Snyder P, Veblen KE, Zhao S, Ezenwa VO (2016) Large wildlife removal drives immune defense increases in rodents. Functional Ecology 30(5): 799–807. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12542

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Young HS, Dirzo R, Helgen KM, McCauley DJ, Nunn CL, Snyder P, Veblen KE, Zhao S, Ezenwa VO (2015) Data from: Large wildlife removal drives immune defense increases in rodents. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j1t67
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