Data from: The quantitative genetics of physiological and morphological traits in an invasive terrestrial snail: additive versus non-additive genetic variation

 

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Title Main data used in the paper, a half-sib pedigree where a number of traits are measured
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Description First five columns represent the structure of the half-sib design and the rest are traits. Size (mm), Mb (mass in grams), Bdehy (dehydration rate in grams), mb_growth (growth rate in grams/day), log10_smr (log of standard metabolic rate), residual_SMR (residuals of mass, of standard metabolic rate), Digestivilidad (dry matter digestibility), Mbegg (mass of the egg),MbHatch (mass of the hatchling).
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Nespolo RF, Bartheld JL, González A, Bruning A, Roff DA, Bacigalupe LD, Gaitan JD (2013) Data from: The quantitative genetics of physiological and morphological traits in an invasive terrestrial snail: additive versus non-additive genetic variation. Functional Ecology 28(3): 682-692. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12203

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Nespolo RF, Bartheld JL, González A, Bruning A, Roff DA, Bacigalupe LD, Gaitan JD (2013) Data from: The quantitative genetics of physiological and morphological traits in an invasive terrestrial snail: additive versus non-additive genetic variation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nd3vs
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