Bacteria and phage densities in the benefits of resistance experiment
datasetposted on 31.10.2019 by Catherine Amanda Hernandez, Britt Koskella
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Bacterial densities (CFUs) and ddPCR bacteria and phage densities for the benefits of resistance experiment in vitro and in planta. “CFUperml_limitadjusted”, “AvgB_limitadjusted”, and “AvgP_limitadjusted” are the bacterial densities in CFUs, bacterial densities in ddPCR copy number, and phage densities in ddPCR copy number, respectively. They each were calculated as the concentration per ml culture (in vitro samples) or per 1 mm2 tissue (in planta samples), and any values below the limit of detection were recorded as being at that limit (as a conservative estimate of density). “ID” is the sample identifier, “Colony” is the colony identifier, “Plant” specifies the plant that the colony was inoculated on, “Res_category” indicates whether the colony was resistant or sensitive, “Phage” indicates whether phage was present in the inoculum, “Environment” is the growth environment, and “Time” is the number of hours post-inoculation. Results are presented in Figure 6, Supplementary Figure 2, and Supplementary Figure 3.