Supplemental material for fly populations, cloning techniques, and data analysis;Supplemental figure 1 from Genetic trade-offs between male reproductive traits in Drosophila melanogaster

2018-10-05T08:46:23Z (GMT) by David C. S. Filice Tristan A. F. Long
Supplementary material;Scatterplots and regression lines illustrating the positive relationships between short-term fecundity in female Drosophila melanogaster that had been exposed to 26 different male hemiclone lines and the average change in the proportion of offspring sired by these males after reproductive competition against 9 rivals. Fecundity is defined as the number of eggs laid by females on Day 14 of their culture cycle. The left figure is the change in success between days 1 and 2, while the right depicts the change in success between days 1 and 3.