Data from: Population size and major valleys explain microsatellite variation better than taxonomic units for caribou in western Canada

 

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Description 18 Microsatellite loci. Alleles coded by three digits, six digits for the diploid organism are in each cell. Collected in the field. Columns are: subpopulation (pop), Subspecies, Ecotype, Individual ID, followed by the 18 markers.
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Serrouya R, Paetkau D, McLellan BN, Boutin S, Campbell M, Jenkins DA (2012) Population size and major valleys explain microsatellite variation better than taxonomic units for caribou in western Canada. Molecular Ecology 21(11): 2588-2601. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2012.05570.x

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Serrouya R, Paetkau D, McLellan BN, Boutin S, Jenkins DA, Campbell M (2012) Data from: Population size and major valleys explain microsatellite variation better than taxonomic units for caribou in western Canada. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.250c3s47
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