Data from: Mate competition and evolutionary outcomes in genetically modified Zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Howard RD, Rohrer K, Liu Y, Muir WM

Date Published: April 17, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vb53h

 

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Title fry for sas analysis
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Description These data provide the information on the number of fry of each genotype collected each day from each aquarium. Group is referred to as aquarium in the paper; number of fry refers to how many fry of each type were collected; pctredsires is the %red male category of which there are five types (25%, 33$, 50%, 66%, and 75%; frytype is either red or wild-type; collection refers to the number of days that data were collected for each group
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Title long-term zebrafish study
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Description These data provide the information on tankno, generation, numred, numwt, pctredmorph, and simulationredpct. Tankno provides information on each of the 18 tanks; generation for each of the 18 tanks varies from 1 to a maximum of 15; how the generations were collected is explained in the paper as no overlapping generations were permitted, numred is the number of red adults counted at the end of each generation; numwt is the number of wild-type adults counted at the end of each generation; pctredmorph is calculated as: (numred/ numred + numwt) * 100; simulationredpct is the predicted percent red individuals by the demographic model described in the paper.
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Title malemale chases for sas
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Description These data provide the information on the number of male directed chases toward another male and indicate if the male chasing was red or wild type, and if the male being chased was red or wild type. Data are given for group, %red male category, number of chases, collection, type of chase, and chases per male. Group is referred to as aquarium in the paper; pctred is the %red male category of which there are five types (25%, 33$, 50%, 66%, and 75%; number of chases observed is how many chases were observed during the 10 min observation period each day; collection refers to the number of days that data were collected for each group; Chasetype: 1 = wild-type male chasing a red male, 2 = a red male chasing a wild-type male; chasepermale divides the numbchases by how many males of each type were in the aquarium to allow for comparison of different %red male categories.
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Title malefemale chases for sas
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Description Data file: Malefemale chases: These data provide the information on the number of male directed chases toward females and indicate if the male chasing was red or wild type. Data are given for collection, type of chase, number of chases, group, %red male category, chases per male, and chase type. Collection refers to the number of days that data were collected for each group, type of chase: either red male or wild-type male chasing a female, number of chases observed is how many chases were observed during the 10 min observation period each day; group is referred to as aquarium in the paper; pctred is the %red male category of which there are five types (25%, 33$, 50%, 66%, and 75%. Chasespermale divides the numbchases by how many males were in the aquarium to allow for comparison of different %red male categories. Chasetype codes typechase numerically (1 = wild-type male chasing female; 2 = red male chasing female).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Howard RD, Rohrer K, Liu Y, Muir WM (2015) Mate competition and evolutionary outcomes in genetically modified Zebrafish (Danio rerio). Evolution 69(5): 1143–1157. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12662

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Howard RD, Rohrer K, Liu Y, Muir WM (2015) Data from: Mate competition and evolutionary outcomes in genetically modified Zebrafish (Danio rerio). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vb53h
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