Data from: Heritable variation in an extended phenotype: the case of a parasitoid manipulated by a virus

 

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Title introgression
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Description Table of superparasitism measurements in parasitoid females from the different generation of introgression. The first row correspond to designation of the different variables. "generation" indicates the generation of introgression. "Population" stands for the population of origin of the introgressed genotypes. "Line" is the name of the different introgressed genotypes. "female" gives the number of each tested female. "l1-l3" stands for the three dissected Drosophila larvae per parasitoid female. "Parasitism" is the mean number of parasitoid eggs per Drosophila larvae. "superparasitism" is the mean number of parasitoid eggs per parasitized drosophila larvae.
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Title isofemale
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Description Table of superparasitism measurements of parasitoid females in isofemale lines. The first row corresponds to designation of the different variables. "Population" stands for the population of origin of isofemale lines. "Line" is the name of the different isofemale lines. "female" gives the number of each tested female. "l1-l5" stands for the five dissected Drosophila larvae per parasitoid female. "Parasitism" is the mean number of parasitoid eggs per Drosophila larvae. "superparasitism" is the mean number of parasitoid eggs per parasitized drosophila larvae. "infection" indicates the viral infection status of parasitoid females. "prevalence" indicates the viral prevalence in the populations of origin.
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Title expGQ
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Description Table of superparasitism measurements in parasitoid females from the crossing experiment between “extreme” lines. The first row corresponds to designations of the different variables. "line" is the name of the different cross combinations. "mother" indicates the mother of tested females in each cross combination. "female" gives the number of each tested female. "l1-l3" stands for the three dissected Drosophila larvae per parasitoid female. "superparasitism" is the mean number of parasitoid eggs per parasitized drosophila larvae.
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Title fecundity
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Description Table of fecundity and tibia length measurements in parasitoid females from the extreme lines Av12 and Av3. The first row corresponds to designations of the different variables. "line" is the name of the extreme lines. "mother" indicates the mother of dissected females in each line. "female" gives the number of each dissected female. "fecundity" is the number of eggs per female. "tibia" is the tibia length of dissected females in µm.
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Title PCRQBC2
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Description Table of the viral titer in the four extreme lines Av3, Av8, Go16 and Sf12 at generation BC2. The first row corresponds to designations of the different variables. "line" is the name of the extreme lines. "virus" indicates the gene copy number for the viral molecular marker. "insect" indicates the gene copy number for the insect molecular marker. "ratio" indicates the ratio between the viral and the insect gene copy numbers.
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Martinez J, Fleury F, Varaldi J (2011) Heritable variation in an extended phenotype: the case of a parasitoid manipulated by a virus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25(1): 54-65. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02405.x

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Martinez J, Fleury F, Varaldi J (2011) Data from: Heritable variation in an extended phenotype: the case of a parasitoid manipulated by a virus. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kp17n860
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