Data from: The genetics of extreme microgeographic adaptation: an integrated approach identifies a major locus underlying leaf trichome divergence in Yellowstone Mimulus guttatus

Hendrick MF, Finseth FR, Mathiasson ME, Palmer KA, Broder EM, Breigenzer P, Fishman L

Date Published: July 21, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.42517

 

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Description The excel file contains 4 sheets with datasets from this paper.This file contains datasets analyzed in Hendrick et al. 2016 paper on trichome variation in Yellowstone Mimulus guttatus 1. SdtrichQTL - phenotypes and marker genotypes from an outbred F2 mapping population (AHQT x AHQNT), grown under short daylengths and cool temperature conditions 2. AHQF2_2015 - pehnotypes and genotypes from an inbred line F2 (AHQT x AHQNT) grown under long daylength conditions in greenhouse 3. AHQgradient_markerpopgen - STRUCTURE input file for AHQT (plots 1-6), AHQNT (plots 14-17), AND AHQ_Canyon (plots 7-13) populations, marker information is in Lekberg et al. 2012 4. AHQG15-trichadmixture - marker genotypes and phenotypes for wild Tr14-recombinant AHQNT AND AHQ_Canyon individuals grown under common garden conditions
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Hendrick MF, Finseth FR, Mathiasson ME, Palmer KA, Broder EM, Breigenzer P, Fishman L (2016) The genetics of extreme microgeographic adaptation: an integrated approach identifies a major gene underlying leaf trichome divergence in Yellowstone Mimulus guttatus. Molecular Ecology 25(22): 5647-5662. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13753

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Hendrick MF, Finseth FR, Mathiasson ME, Palmer KA, Broder EM, Breigenzer P, Fishman L (2016) Data from: The genetics of extreme microgeographic adaptation: an integrated approach identifies a major locus underlying leaf trichome divergence in Yellowstone Mimulus guttatus. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.42517
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