Data from: Evolution of bacterial life history traits is sensitive to community structure

Ketola T, Mikonranta L, Mappes J

Date Published: May 11, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mq328

 

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Description Data for different clones of Serratia marcescens evolving in different multi species communities, or alone, under high or low resource concentration. Measurements for growth rate and yield were done in two resource concentrations. Columns in the data: Population: identity of population/microcosm where clones have evolved Clone: id number of isolated clone within population NB: measurement concentration where 25 % stands for low nutrient broth concentration and 100% for high. Ctreat: community treatment 1 stands for evolution alone, and 2 evolving in community. Rtreat: Resource evolution treatment 25 % stands for low nutrient broth concentration and 100% for high. Rmax: maximum growth rate OD h-1 K: maximum attained biomass (OD) Inoculum: how much biomass of bacteria were pipetted in the wells prior to measurement. Ncaps: presence absence information of Novosophingobium capsulatum Pchloro: presence absence information of Pseudomonas chlororaphis Pputida: presence absence information of Pseudomonas putida Ecoli: presence absence information of E. Coli Eaerog: presence absence information of Enterobacter aerogenes Ladecar: presence absence information of Leclercia adecarboxylata DummyNcaps: presence absence information of Novosophingobium capsulatum DummyPchloro: presence absence information of Pseudomonas chlororaphis DummyPputida: presence absence information of Pseudomonas putida DummyEcoli: presence absence information of E. Coli DummyEaerog: presence absence information of Enterobacter aerogenes DummyLadeca: presence absence information of Leclercia adecarboxylat
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Ketola T, Mikonranta L, Mappes J (2016) Evolution of bacterial life history traits is sensitive to community structure. Evolution 70(6): 1334–1341. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12947

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