Data from: Evolution, not transgenerational plasticity, explains the adaptive divergence of acorn ant thermal tolerance across an urban-rural temperature cline

Martin R, Chick L, Yilmaz A, Diamond S

Date Published: May 14, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0r75421

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Title F2_CTmax_CTmin
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Description This dataset contains 5 columns, including “colonyID”, “date.tt”, “thermal.tolerance.trait”, “thermal.tolerance”, and “cross”. Each row of the dataset represents the response of an individual worker acorn ant. colonyID – a unique identifier for each acorn ant colony; multiple individual workers were tested from the same colony. date.tt – the date (month/day/year) that the thermal tolerance assessment was conducted. thermal.tolerance.trait – a categorical variable describing whether the critical thermal minimum (ctmin) or critical thermal maximum (ctmax) was assessed on the individual worker ant. thermal.tolerance – a continuous numeric value describing either the ctmax or ctmin. Values are presented in units of degrees Celsius. cross – a categorical variable describing the type of cross used to generate the F2 acorn ant workers. This variable has 4 levels, including “rur-rur” which describes a cross where both parents are from rural populations; “urb-urb” which describes a cross where both parents are from urban populations; “rur-urb” which describes a cross where the mother was from a rural population and the father from an urban population; and “urb-rur” which describes a cross where the mother was from an urban population and the father was from a rural population.
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Title Field_versus_F2_CTmax
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Description This dataset contains 4 columns, including “colonyID”, “ctmax”, “generation”, and “population”. Each row of the dataset represents the response of an individual worker acorn ant. colonyID – a unique identifier for each acorn ant colony; multiple individual workers were tested from the same colony. ctmax – a continuous numeric variable describing the value for the critical thermal maximum in degrees Celsius. generation – a categorical variable describing whether the data come from the field-caught generation or the F2 (lab-born) generation. population – a categorical variable describing whether the ants originated from a rural or an urban site.
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Title Field_versus_F2_CTmin
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Description This dataset contains 4 columns, including “colonyID”, “ctmax”, “generation”, and “population”. Each row of the dataset represents the response of an individual worker acorn ant. colonyID – a unique identifier for each acorn ant colony; multiple individual workers were tested from the same colony. ctmin – a continuous numeric variable describing the value for the critical thermal minimum in degrees Celsius. generation – a categorical variable describing whether the data come from the field-caught generation or the F2 (lab-born) generation. population – a categorical variable describing whether the ants originated from a rural or an urban site.
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Martin R, Chick L, Yilmaz A, Diamond S (2019) Data from: Evolution, not transgenerational plasticity, explains the adaptive divergence of acorn ant thermal tolerance across an urban-rural temperature cline. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0r75421
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