Population level phenotypic survey
datasetposted on 10.07.2018 by Jennifer Coughlan, John Willis
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Common garden experiment performed at Duke greenhouses under long, warm days for annual M. guttatus (AG), inland perennial M. guttatus (IPG), coastal perennial M. guttatus (CPG), M. tilingii (MT), and M. decorus (MD). For each individual we measured 13 life history traits on the day of first flower (FT= days til flower, NF= node of first flower, CL= corolla length, TL= tube length, CW= corolla width, SC= stem thickness, LL= leaf length, LW= leaf width, IL1= internode length between cotyledons and first true leaf, IL2= internode length between first and second true leaf, NS= number of stolons, SL= length of the longest stolon, SW= width of the longest stolon, SBL= side branch length, SBN= side branch number). Mat.Fam= maternal family, and replicate= sibling number for each maternal family.