Data from: Directional selection to improve the sterile insect technique (SIT): survival and sexual performance of desiccation resistant Anastrepha ludens strains

Tejeda MT, Arredondo-Gordillo J, Orozco-Davila D, Quintero-Fong L, Díaz-Fleisher F

Date Published: June 13, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r1s25

 

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Title Base Compatibilidad
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Description Data of field cages evaluations to determine compatibility between Anastrepha ludens strains
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Title Competitiviness and survival under stress
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Description Survival to 24 hr of desiccation and competitiviness of males under field cage evaluation of Anastrepha ludens
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Title Base Competititvidad seleccionados vs no seleccionados (F0)
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Description field cage data of evaluations of male sexual competitiveness between selected for desiccation and control (no selected) strains of Anastrepha ludens
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Tejeda MT, Arredondo-Gordillo J, Orozco-Dávila D, Quintero-Fong L, Díaz-Fleischer F (2017) Directional selection to improve the sterile insect technique (SIT): survival and sexual performance of desiccation resistant Anastrepha ludens strains. Evolutionary Applications, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12506

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Tejeda MT, Arredondo-Gordillo J, Orozco-Davila D, Quintero-Fong L, Díaz-Fleisher F (2017) Data from: Directional selection to improve the sterile insect technique (SIT): survival and sexual performance of desiccation resistant Anastrepha ludens strains. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r1s25
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