Data from: Increased novel single nucleotide polymorphisms in weedy rice populations associated with the change of farming styles: Implications in adaptive mutation and evolution

Song D, Wang Z, Song Z, Zhou C, Xu P, Yang J, Yang J, Lu B

Date Published: December 8, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2sn57

 

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Description The average frequency (%) of novel SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) at 22 loci (L1-L22) determined in 15 weedy rice populations from Jiangsu (JS1-JS6), Guangdong (GD1-GD3) provinces, and northeastern China (NE1-NE6). Numbers in parenthesis indicate standard errors.
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Song D, Wang Z, Song Z, Zhou C, Xu P, Yang J, Yang J, Lu B (2016) Increased novel single nucleotide polymorphisms in weedy rice populations associated with the change of farming styles: Implications in adaptive mutation and evolution. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 55(2): 149-157. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jse.12230

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