Data from: Demasculinization of male guppies increases resistance to a common and harmful ectoparasite

Dargent F, Reddon AR, Swaney WT, Fussmann GF, Reader SM, Scott ME, Forbes MR

Date Published: September 30, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k8fg7

 

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Title Dargentetal2015_demasculinization
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Description The file contains data on the experiment for which it was collected ("Experiment"), the id of each individual guppy used ("id"), their population of origin ("population"), the hormone treatment that they received ("treatment": COm= control males, COf=control females, xAn=demasculinized males, fe=feminized males), the initial mass of individuals in grms ("startweight"), the initial standard length of individuals in mm ("startsl"), the mass of individuals on the day of infection ("0weight"), the standard length of individuals on the day of infection ("0sl"), the parasite load on the day of infection ("day0") and consecutive days 6 ("day6"), 8 ("day8"), and 10 ("day10"), the sex of the fish ("sex") and whether they were outliers or not ("outliers").
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Title Dargentetal2015-demascSurv
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Description The file contains data on the id of the individual guppy ("id"), the hormone treatment that they received ("treatment"), their survival status on day 0 to 13 ("sur[day]"), whether the individual was an outlier ("outlier"), whether the individual was an outlier for the survival analysis ("outliersur"), the day in which we recorded them as dead ("deathday"), their maximum number of parasites during infection ("peakpara"), and whether they survived until the end experimental period or died ("status"). (For experiment 2 only).
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Dargent F, Reddon AR, Swaney WT, Fussmann GF, Reader SM, Scott ME, Forbes MR (2015) Demasculinization of male guppies increases resistance to a common and harmful ectoparasite. Parasitology 142(13): 1647-1655. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0031182015001286

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Dargent F, Reddon AR, Swaney WT, Fussmann GF, Reader SM, Scott ME, Forbes MR (2015) Data from: Demasculinization of male guppies increases resistance to a common and harmful ectoparasite. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k8fg7
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