Data from: Rapid evolution of reproductive isolation between incipient outcrossing and selfing Clarkia species

Briscoe Runquist RD, Chu E, Iverson JL, Kopp JC, Moeller DA

Date Published: July 1, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n4mm0

 

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Title Ecogeography populations_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description This file contains all known populations of both subspecies of Clarkia xantina. The file also contains numbers assigned to the populations used in manuscripts, a short description of the site and UTM coordinates (Zone 11S).
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Title F1 pollen viab and pollen prod_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description This file contains pollen counts and pollen viability determinations for both parental subspecies and F1 reciprocal hybrids from greenhouse grown plants. Pollen was counted for 2 aliquots and summed.
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Title F1 seed viab_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description This file contains the number of viable seeds (germinated + tetrazolium) for parental and F1 reciprocal crosses. FOr each fruit we assessed 20 seeds.
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Title F1-growth_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description In this file, we have the growth of parentals and F1 reciprocal crosses from a greenhouse common garden. We counted the number of fully formed leaves on plants at the beginning of the initial growth phase and then 2 weeks later. Growth was determined by the number of leaves added. Plants were in different blocks which were measured on different days (noted).
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Title Gametophyte_comp_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description We performed crosses using intra- and intersubspecific pollen (alternating the first pollen donor subspecies identity) in the greenhouse. We then counted the number of offspring that were hybrid from the total.
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Title Phenology Data and RI calcs_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description This file contains the phenological and reproductive isolation calculations (using Sobel and Chen 2014) for each site at 4 different sites. We walked semi-permanent transects at each site for the flowering season and counted the number of flowers of each subspecies on the date noted.
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Title Pollen tube growth_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description We performed intra- and intersubspecific crosses in a greenhouse for 2 sympatric populations of Clarkia xantiana. We applied single-donor pollen and noted the time that we pollinated and the time at which we fixed the style (4-6 hours). We then measured the length of the longest pollen tube and the length of the style and used the data to obtain growth rates and proportional distance.
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Title Pollinator_transitions-constancy_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description This file contains all of the pollinator bouts that contained intersubspecific transitions in pollinator arrays of greenhouse grown sympatric plants that were placed out into the field. We noted the number of visits to each subspecies. We also noted the different numbers of each transition type. Transition categories are detoed "from_to" (i.e. "x_p" transition was from a xantiana to a parviflora). We also noted that parviflora may have different colors (pp = pink; wp = white; up = unknown) and the should sum to the category with only a "p". We also have separate entries using all flowers or plants only (no geitnogamy). The entries with all flowers used end in "_f".
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Title Pollinator-pref-data_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description In pollinator arrays of greenhouse grown plants in the field, we watched plants in the arrays (position) and at each observation time noted the number of visits to a flower subspecies and the number of each type of flower subspecies. The file also contains information on the date of observation, the observer, and whether the observation took place in the morning or afternoon.
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Title Single-donor crosses_Briscoe Runquist et al
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Description We performed intra- and intersubspecific crosses in sympatric populations (crosses were only within populations) or allopatric populations (crosses were preformed in all combinations of all allopatric populations). There were 4 crosstypes (treatments) (1 = xantiana to xantiana), 2 = xantiana to parviflora; 3 = parviflora to xantiana; 4 = parviflora to parviflora). We counted the number of fully formed seeds, number of fertilized but aborted ovules, and the number of unfertilized ovules for each fruit collected.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Briscoe Runquist RD, Chu E, Iverson JL, Kopp JC, Moeller DA (2014) Rapid evolution of reproductive isolation between incipient outcrossing and selfing Clarkia species. Evolution 68(10): 2885-2900. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12488

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Briscoe Runquist RD, Chu E, Iverson JL, Kopp JC, Moeller DA (2014) Data from: Rapid evolution of reproductive isolation between incipient outcrossing and selfing Clarkia species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n4mm0
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