Data from: Maternal pathogen exposure causes diet- and pathogen-specific transgenerational costs

Littlefair J, Laughton A, Knell R

Date Published: May 13, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t0p4v

 

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Title Offspring outcomes
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Description Block refers to experimental block. Weight refers to weight at offspring infection. Family refers to family identity. Date mated refers to the date the mother was mated. Maternal egg refers to how many eggs the mother laid. Gender refers to the gender of the offspring. Date infected refers to the date of infection of the offspring (coded as a factor). Food refers to the diet quality of the offspring where "g" = good, 10:1:1 wheat bran to brewers' yeast to glycerol and "b" = bad 20:1:1 ratio. "infected" refers to the infection status of the offspring where "bt" = infected with LD33 Bt, "fu" = infected with LD33 Bb, "co" = coinfection with both pathogens. Trt refers to maternal treatment where "nai" = naive only handling treatment, "cdip" = control dip treatment in distilled water, "cdrop" = fed a control droplet of sugar water and food dye, "fungi" = LD05 dose of Bb, "btp" = LD05 dose of Bt, "cop" = coinfection with both pathogens. adstatus refers to whether the offspring outcome is either "a" = alive or "d" = dead. bt refers to the infection status of the mother with regard to bt, where "bt" = infected with either Bt or coinfection, and "nbt" = infected with fungus or any of the control treatments. fu refers to the infection status of the mother with regard to Bb where "fu" = infected with either Bb or coinfection, and "nfu" = infected with Bt or any of the control treatments.
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Title Maternal longevity after infection
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Description "date.laid" refers to date that the eggs were laid to create the parental generation. "block" refers to experimental block. "trt" referst to the treatment given to the maternal larva where "n" = naive handling only, "cdrop" = fed a control drop of sugar water and food dye, "cdip" = control dipped in distilled water, "fungi" = infected with a LD05 dose of Bb, "bt" = infected with a LD05 dose of Bt, "co" = coinfected with both pathogens. "family" = unique family identifier. "date.eclosed" = date the mother eclosed after pupating. "mated" = was the mother mated? Sometimes there were not enough males eclosing to mate all of the available females. "egg48" = number of eggs laid after 48 hours. "larvaldeath" = did the animal die as a larvae where "0" = dead and "1" = alive. "no.eclose" = animal did not eclose. "truncated" = a combination of larvaldeath and no.eclose. "date.infected" = date the maternal larva was infected.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Littlefair J, Laughton A, Knell R (2017) Maternal pathogen exposure causes diet- and pathogen-specific transgenerational costs. Oikos 126(1): 82–90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/oik.03430

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Littlefair J, Laughton A, Knell R (2016) Data from: Maternal pathogen exposure causes diet- and pathogen-specific transgenerational costs. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t0p4v
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