Data from: Surviving in mountain climate refugia: new insights from the genetic diversity and structure of the relict shrub Myrtus nivellei (Myrtaceae) in the Sahara desert

Migliore J, Baumel A, Juin M, Fady B, Roig A, Duong N, Médail F

Date Published: September 27, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1vt02

 

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Title Migliore et al - AFLP Myrtus nivellei
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Description AFLP (Amplified fragment Length Polymorphism) dataset examined for 215 individuals of Myrtus nivellei (Myrtaceae) sampled within 23 wadis in the central Saharan mountains, and listed per row. Each individual is denoted by a four-letter code: one letter for the country (A for Algeria), two letters for the mountain range (TA for Tassili n’Ajjer, HO for Hoggar and IM for Immidir), and one letter for the wadi sampled, with a supplementary letter for individuals sampled within the Tarit wadi (AIMT) more intensively analyzed.Three combinations of primers have been selected: EcoRI-AAGG with MseI-CCAG, EcoRI-AAC with MseI-CAC, EcoRI-AAC with MseI-CAA. AFLP multilocus profiles were transcribed in a matrix summarizing the presence (1) or the absence (0) of AFLP markers (123 markers retained and presented in column).
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Title Migliore et al - SSR Myrtus nivellei
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Description SSR (simple sequence repeats) dataset examined for 215 individuals of Myrtus nivellei (Myrtaceae) sampled within 23 wadis in the central Saharan mountains, and listed per row. Each individual is denoted by a four-letter code: one letter for the country (A for Algeria), two letters for the mountain range (TA for Tassili n’Ajjer, HO for Hoggar and IM for Immidir), and one letter for the wadi sampled, with a supplementary letter for individuals sampled within the Tarit wadi (AIMT) more intensively analyzed. Eleven nuclear microsatellite markers (Myrcom1 to Myrcom11) developed for Myrtus communis by Albaladejo et al. 2010 (see reference [48] in the article) were used in this study; only the seven polymorphic loci were presented here.
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Migliore J, Baumel A, Juin M, Fady B, Roig A, Duong N, Médail F (2013) Surviving in mountain climate refugia: new insights from the genetic diversity and structure of the relict shrub Myrtus nivellei (Myrtaceae) in the Sahara desert. PLoS ONE 8(9): e73795. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0073795

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Migliore J, Baumel A, Juin M, Fady B, Roig A, Duong N, Médail F (2013) Data from: Surviving in mountain climate refugia: new insights from the genetic diversity and structure of the relict shrub Myrtus nivellei (Myrtaceae) in the Sahara desert. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1vt02
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