Data from: Functional genomic and phenotypic responses to desiccation in natural populations of a desert drosophilid

 

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Title Body_mass_data ME 2013
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Description Changes in body mass in D. mojavensis after oven drying at 50 C
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Title CHC data ME 2013
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Description Cuticular hydrocarbon amounts for D. mojavensis after 0, 9, and 18 hoiurs of desiccation
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Title Mortality Data ME 2013
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Description Mortality of adult D. mojavensis during 0, 9, and 18 hours of desiccation
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Title Viability data ME 2013
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Description Egg to adult viability for cactus-reared populations of D. mojavensis
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Rajpurohit S, Oliveira CC, Etges WJ, Gibbs AG (2013) Functional genomic and phenotypic responses to desiccation in natural populations of a desert drosophilid. Molecular Ecology 22(10): 2698-2715. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12289

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Rajpurohit S, Oliveira CC, Etges WJ, Gibbs AG (2013) Data from: Functional genomic and phenotypic responses to desiccation in natural populations of a desert drosophilid. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rp187
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