Data from: Rapid evolution accelerates plant population spread in fragmented experimental landscapes

Williams JL, Kendall BE, Levine JM

Date Published: July 29, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q7605

 

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Title Furthest seed dispersed in each generation for each replicate
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Description Distance of the furthest seed for each replicate in each generation, as well as the number of seedlings in the furthest pot. See metadata in ReadMe file (and description of Methods in the paper).
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Title Traits of each genotype
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Description Mean of each of four traits for each genotype (recombinant inbred line) in the experiment: height (when growing alone), dispersal (average distance of furthest dispersed seed from a solitary individual), competitive ability (dominance in non-spreading context), and seed mass. Data to estimate height, dispersal and seed mass were from separate experiment than main experiment (see Methods). Note that ranks rather than raw data were used for analyses of all traits. See ReadMe associated with 'Furthest seed' datafile for metadata.
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Title Genotypes in Generation 6
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Description Genotype results after 6 generations of spread. 10 individuals were sampled from the leading edge (front) and 10 from the first pot in the array (back). See ReadMe associated with 'Furthest seed' datafile for metadata.
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Title Location and seedling density for one replicate (Fig. 1B)
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Description Number of seedlings in each pot in each generation for one replicate array in the experiment (continuous landscape, evolving treatment), as in Figure 1B. Seedlings were counted in 1 cm wide bins at the leading edge, and counted for the entire pot behind the leading edge. See ReadMe associated with 'Furthest seed' datafile for metadata.
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Williams JL, Kendall BE, Levine JM (2016) Rapid evolution accelerates plant population spread in fragmented experimental landscapes. Science 353(6298): 482-485. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.aaf6268

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Williams JL, Kendall BE, Levine JM (2016) Data from: Rapid evolution accelerates plant population spread in fragmented experimental landscapes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q7605
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