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ece3444-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF13KFigure S1. Size distribution of clones in the base populations as measured in the first body size assay. Bars are labeled with the floor of each size class, in mm.
ece3444-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF14KFigure S2. Correlated divergence of clutch size in the first through fourth clutch in the clones selected for large (gray bars) or small (white bars) body size. Error bars show standard errors. Note that vertical axes have different scales.
ece3444-sup-0003-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF116KTable S1. Lake Locations.
ece3444-sup-0004-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF116KTable S2. Body size and its response to selection in the second episode of selection. N is the number of clones that were selected from the second body size assay and measured in the life table assay. Mean 2 and Mean LT are the mean body sizes (in mm) of these clones in the second body size assay and life table assay, respectively. S is the selection differential, R is the response to selection, and H2 is the broad-sense heritability.
ece3444-sup-0005-TableS3.pdfapplication/PDF116KTable S3. Clones selected in the first body size assay and then assayed again in the second body size assay.
ece3444-sup-0006-TableS4.pdfapplication/PDF116KTable S4. Statistical tests of correlated divergence between large and small selected lines. Variance indicates whether variances were pooled or kept separate between selection and direction, df shows the degrees of freedom, t gives the test statistic. Traits are as follows: L4 = length when the 4th clutch was released, L0 = length at birth, C1–4 = total offspring in the first four clutches, g_Adult = adult specific growth rate, g_Juve = juvenile specific growth rate, = intrinsic rate of increase, A = age at maturity, ICI = inter-clutch interval.
ece3444-sup-0007-TableS5.pdfapplication/PDF116KTable S5. Regression analysis showing relationship between size at maturity and other life history traits. Slope indicates the regression coefficient; S.E. gives the standard error of the coefficient. Significance tests are taken, all have df = 1, 18 (df = 1, 17 for traits in Bristol) and are Bonferroni corrected for multiple comparisons within populations.
ece3444-sup-0008-TableS6.pdfapplication/PDF116KTable S6. Tests of whether regression slopes in Table S5 differ among populations (i.e., whether a significant interaction between population and size at maturity is evident). For all traits, df = 3, 71 for the interaction term.

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