Data from: Antagonistic pleiotropy and mutation accumulation contribute to age-related decline in stress response

Everman ER, Morgan TJ

Date Published: November 20, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vq087

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Title DGRP Line Trait Means
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Description Mean response of one- and four-week old male and female flies for DGRP lines. Traits include acclimation survival (AC), cold stress survival (CS), rapid cold hardening score (RCH), and starvation resistance (S). For AC and CS, data are presented as proportion of flies per vial that survived the treatment. RCH was calculated as the difference in survival between the AC and CS treatments. For S, data are presented as the average time until death per vial in hours.
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Title Acclimation Survival of Chronologically Aged Flies
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Description Acclimation survival of DGPR lines after each line was aged until the population was half of the starting population. The first column contains the Bloomington stock identification number, the second column (long.sur) contains the average line acclimation survival when the population had reached 50% of the starting population. The third column is the average number of days until 50% of the starting population had been reached. The fourth column is the average acclimation survival of each line at one week of age and the fifth column is the average acclimation survival of each line at four weeks of age. The fourth and fifth column were measured on a separate cohort of flies for each line.
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Everman ER, Morgan TJ (2017) Antagonistic pleiotropy and mutation accumulation contribute to age-related decline in stress response. Evolution, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.13408

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Everman ER, Morgan TJ (2017) Data from: Antagonistic pleiotropy and mutation accumulation contribute to age-related decline in stress response. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vq087
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