Data from: Conservation and modification of genetic and physiological toolkits underpinning diapause in bumble bee queens

Amsalem E, Galbraith DA, Cnaani J, Teal PEA, Grozinger CM

Date Published: October 8, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.td887

 

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Title Diapause Reads counts
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Description transcript counts from Cufflinks
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Title Normalized read counts for PCA
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Title Phenotype raw data
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Description raw data for ovarian activation, juvenile hormone levels, lipid and glycogen content, queen weight and gene expression data (fold change) for 11 genes that were tested in the study
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Amsalem E, Galbraith DA, Cnaani J, Teal PEA, Grozinger CM (2015) Conservation and modification of genetic and physiological toolkits underpinning diapause in bumble bee queens. Molecular Ecology 24(22): 5596–5615. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13410

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Amsalem E, Galbraith DA, Cnaani J, Teal PEA, Grozinger CM (2015) Data from: Conservation and modification of genetic and physiological toolkits underpinning diapause in bumble bee queens. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.td887
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