Data from: Comparative analysis of Japanese three-spined stickleback clades reveals the Pacific Ocean lineage has adapted to freshwater environments while the Japan Sea has not

Ravinet M, Takeuchi N, Kume M, Mori S, Kitano J

Date Published: December 2, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s8f74

 

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Title Stable isotope data
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Description This is a zip file containing three text files, all of which include stable isotope data used in the study. The first is for the dietary comparison between Japan Sea and Pacific Ocean anadromous sticklebacks in the Bekanbeushi catchment (bekanbeushi_gast_sia_141014.txt). The second is for the dietary comparison across the range of the Japan Sea and Pacific Ocean stickleback lineages (comparative_gasterosteus_sia_141014.txt). This file includes data from allopatric and sympatric populations of both lineages as well as from Pacific freshwater populations. Finally there is the macroinvertebrate used for estimation of dietary contributions (macroinvertebrate_sia_141014.txt). Column headers should be self explanatory but in all cases information is given on the site of capture and the species. Common columns are %N (per_N), %C (per_C), d15N, d13C and C:N ratios.
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Title Foraging efficency trial data
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Description This text file contains all data collected during foraging efficiency trials using Japan Sea and Pacific Ocean anadromous fish. In order the columns denote, the individual id (Fish-id), the species (spp), the timing of the initial strike in seconds (int_strike), standard length in mm (SL), the number of vertical strikes (vert_strike), the number of strikes at prey items (prey_strike), the number of abandoned prey items (abandon_prey), the total number of prey items handled (handled), the number of prey items dropped (drop and the number of prey items consumed (consumed).
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Title Data and R scripts for comparative phylogenetic analysis
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Description This zip file contains the microsatellite data, phenotypic data and R scripts used to conductive all comparative phylogenetic analyses covered in the study. For further comments on the contents of files, please see the attached README. R scripts are explained using inline comments.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Ravinet M, Takeuchi N, Kume M, Mori S, Kitano J (2014) Comparative analysis of Japanese three-spined stickleback clades reveals the Pacific Ocean lineage has adapted to freshwater environments while the Japan Sea has not. PLoS ONE 9(12): e112404. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0112404

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Ravinet M, Takeuchi N, Kume M, Mori S, Kitano J (2014) Data from: Comparative analysis of Japanese three-spined stickleback clades reveals the Pacific Ocean lineage has adapted to freshwater environments while the Japan Sea has not. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s8f74
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