Inbreeding depression contributes to the maintenance of habitat segregation between closely related monkeyflower species
Toll, Katherine; LoPresti, Eric Francis; Lowry, David Bryant (2021), Inbreeding depression contributes to the maintenance of habitat segregation between closely related monkeyflower species, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v15dv41vg
Three datasets and two R scripts are included. The germination dataset was collected in a greenhouse and the reciprocal transplant dataset was collected at two field sites at the UC McLaughlin Reserve. Seeds were censused for germination in the greenhouse and a subset of germinants were transplanted into the field. In the field, tranplants were censused for survival and flowering. Fruit were collected at the end of the season, then seeds were counted from every transplant and categorized as viable or inviable based on morphology. The statistical analysis R code tests whether recurrent selfing reduces germination in the greenhouse, and survival and seed production in the field. The simulation R code is parameterized with data from the reciprocal transplant and simulates seed immigration with and without recurrent selfing as described in the manuscript. The simulation results dataset is the output of the simulation code for recurrently selfed and outcrossed seeds.
MetadataS1.docx is a README file that describes the R code and data files, including column decscriptions for each data file.
National Science Foundation, Award: IOS-1855927
National Science Foundation, Award: PRFB-1708942