datasetposted on 28.03.2018, 16:11 by Corlett Wood, Bonnie Pilkington, Priya Vaidya, Caroline Biel, John Stinchcombe
Data used to estimate the genetic correlation between nodule and gall production.To estimate genotype means for gall number, we extracted the conditional modes of the genotype random effect from a model that included fixed effects of root mass and researcher, and random effects of genotype and block. We used estimates of nodulation from the rhizobia-only treatment to estimate the genetic correlation with gall formation. We estimated genotype means for nodule number using a model similar to the gall model, and specified a negative binomial error distribution and allowed for zero inflation in both models. We also estimated the genetic correlation between gall number and the change in nodule number between the two treatments. We estimated genotype means for nodule number in nematode-infected plants using a similar model to the one used to estimate nodule number in the rhizobia-only treatment. We subtracted the genotype mean for nodule number in nematode-infected plants from the genotype mean for nodule number in uninfected plants to calculate the change in nodule number for each genotype.