Data from: Does increased heat resistance result in higher susceptibility to predation? A test using (Drosophila melanogaster) selection and hardening

Hangartner S, Dworkin I, DeNieu M, Hoffmann AA

Date Published: April 6, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sg8c5

 

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Title Heat experiment with hardening treatments
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Description This data set contains heat knockdown time (min) of female and male D. melanogaster after a control treatment (Cont), a single 35°C (35-1) and 37°C (37-1) hardening treatment and a triple 35°C (35-3) and 37°C (37-3) hardening treatment, scored in two experimental blocks (A and B).
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Title Predation experiment with hardending treatment
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Description This data set contains survival (yes or no) of female and male D. melanogaster after different heat hardening treatments when exposed to two predators (jumping spiders and juvenile mantids). Hardening treatments included a control treatment (Cont), a single 35°C (35-1) and 37°C (37-1) hardening treatment and a triple 35°C (35-3) and 37°C (37-3) hardening treatment. Five different colors were used to mark the treatments (blue, orange, yellow, pink and violet) and 40/20 replicate vials containing 1/2 flies per treatment were used for the spider/mantids predation respectively.
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Title Predation experiment with spiders
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Description This data set contains survival (yes or no) of female and male D. melanogaster under predation by jumping spiders. Survival of control lines (Control1-5) and lines selected for increased heat resistance (Heat1-5) was scored after 0, 1 and 2 generations of relaxation. Six different colors were used to mark the selection lines (blue, green, orange, yellow, pink and violet) and 50 replicate vials containing 6 flies from 3 control and 3 selected lines were used.
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Title Predation experiment with mantids
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Description This data set contains survival (yes or no) of female and male D. melanogaster under predation by juvenile mantids). Survival of control lines (Control1-5) and lines selected for increased heat resistance (Heat1-5) was scored after 0, 1 and 2 generations of relaxation. Six different colors were used to mark the selection lines (blue, green, orange, yellow, pink and violet) and 30 replicate vials containing 12 flies from 3 control and 3 selected lines were used.
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Title Heat experiment with predation lines
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Description This data set contains heat knockdown time (min) of female and male D. melanogaster originating from two experiments: episodic and continuous predation. The episodic experiment contained two replicate lines of predation by juvenile mantids (Pred1 and Pred2) and controls (Cont1 and Cont2). The continuous experiment contained four replicate lines of predation by juvenile mantids (PR1-4), predation by jumping spiders (SR1-4) and controls (CR1-4). Heat knockdown time was scored in two experimental blocks (A and B).
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Hangartner S, Dworkin I, DeNieu M, Hoffmann AA (2017) Does increased heat resistance result in higher susceptibility to predation? A test using Drosophila melanogaster selection and hardening. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30(6): 1153-1164. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13084

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Hangartner S, Dworkin I, DeNieu M, Hoffmann AA (2017) Data from: Does increased heat resistance result in higher susceptibility to predation? A test using (Drosophila melanogaster) selection and hardening. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sg8c5
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