Data from: Increases in the mean and variability of thermal regimes result in differential phenotypic responses among genotypes during early ontogenetic stages of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens)

Dammerman KJ, Steibel JP, Scribner KT

Date Published: July 15, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pq35t

 

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Title Thermal Hatch Data File
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Description File contains data for the 1200 larvae measured at hatch. Data includes individual ID codes, thermal incubation treatment the individual incubated in from egg to hatch, family code (each code represents a cross between 1 female and 1 male; families were half-sibling groups with one female crossed with two males therefore the half-sib groups include A and B, C and D, E and F, G and H, and I and J), and measurements for the three phenotypic traits quantified at hatch: body length (mm), body area (mm), and yolk-sac area (mm^2). Note: Thermal incubation treatments were coded as A=Warm, B=Variable, C=Ambient, and D=Cold prior to analysis of the data.
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Title Thermal Emergence Data File
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Description File contains data for the 303 larvae measured at the time of emergence and corresponds to the same individual ID numbers, incubation treatments, and family codes as the hatch data file. Data includes individual ID codes, thermal incubation treatment the individual incubated in from egg to hatch, family code (each code represents a cross between 1 female and 1 male; families were unrelated), measurements for the three phenotypic traits quantified at the time of emergence: time to emergence (days), emergence body length (mm), and total growth from hatch to emergence (mm), and estimates for the mean temperature (MeanT) and Degree Days each individual experienced in the rearing chambers within the raceways from hatch until the timing of emergence. Note: Thermal incubation treatments were coded as A=Warm, B=Variable, C=Ambient, and D=Cold prior to analysis of the data.
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Dammerman KJ, Steibel JP, Scribner KT (2016) Increases in the mean and variability of thermal regimes result in differential phenotypic responses among genotypes during early ontogenetic stages of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens ). Evolutionary Applications 9(10): 1258–1270. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12409

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Dammerman KJ, Steibel JP, Scribner KT (2016) Data from: Increases in the mean and variability of thermal regimes result in differential phenotypic responses among genotypes during early ontogenetic stages of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pq35t
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