Data from: Is sex advantageous in adverse environments? A test of the abandon-ship hypothesis

 

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Title griffiths and bonser data
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Description Data collected from glasshouse experiment. Two defense genotypes (cyanogenic and acyanogenic) and three herbivory treatments (High, Low, and No). Methods for calculating sexual and clonal reproductive effort are described in the paper.
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Griffiths JG, Bonser SP (2013) Is sex advantageous in adverse environments? A test of the abandon-ship hypothesis. The American Naturalist 182(6): 718-725. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/673476

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Griffiths JG, Bonser SP (2013) Data from: Is sex advantageous in adverse environments? A test of the abandon-ship hypothesis. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nn27f
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