Data from: Parentage analysis of Ansell's mole-rat family groups indicates a high reproductive skew despite relatively relaxed ecological constraints on dispersal

 

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Title Fukomys_anselli_genotypes
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Description The genotypes of nine microsatellite loci obtained using the fragment analysis (ABI PRISM 3130) and scored using th GeneMapper 3.7. For each individual, its ID, sex, reproductive status, weight and group membership is shown.
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Patzenhauerová H, Šklíba J, Bryja J, Šumbera R (2013) Parentage analysis of Ansell's mole-rat family groups indicates a high reproductive skew despite relatively relaxed ecological constraints on dispersal. Molecular Ecology 22(19): 4988–5000. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12434

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Patzenhauerová H, Šklíba J, Bryja J, Šumbera R (2013) Data from: Parentage analysis of Ansell's mole-rat family groups indicates a high reproductive skew despite relatively relaxed ecological constraints on dispersal. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3dr96
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