Data from: Do mites evolving in alternating host plants adapt to host switch?

Magalhães S, Cailleau A, Blanchet E, Olivieri I

Date Published: June 24, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nt13m

 

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Description oviposition rate of mites evolving in alternating vs homogeneous environments, when tested in each of these in the first generation of test (ie alternation within a single generation).
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Description oviposition rate of mites evolving in alternating vs homogeneous environments, when tested in either tomato or pepper (test for local adaptation and potential cost of generalism)
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Description juvenile survival of mites evolving in alternating vs homogeneous environments, when tested in each of these in the first generation of test (ie alternation within a single generation).
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Magalhães S, Cailleau A, Blanchet E, Olivieri I (2014) Do mites evolving in alternating host plants adapt to host switch? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27(9): 1956-1964. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12453

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Magalhães S, Cailleau A, Blanchet E, Olivieri I (2014) Data from: Do mites evolving in alternating host plants adapt to host switch? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nt13m
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