Data from: Extensive heterosis in growth of yeast hybrids is explained by a combination of genetic models

Shapira R, Levy T, Shaked S, Fridman E, David L

Date Published: February 13, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4j07v

 

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Title Table S3. Strain growth phenotypes under five conditions.
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Description This table contains the doubling time value of all strains under five conditions. For each strain, replicate measurements are included.
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Title Table S4. Growth phenotype of the 7 x 37 BC1 population.
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Description This file contains the mean doubling time of parents, hybrid and each BC1 strain under two temperatures.
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Title Table S5. Growth phenotype of the 38 x 37 BC1 population.
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Description This file contains the mean doubling time of parents, hybrid and BC1 strains under two temperatures.
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Shapira R, Levy T, Shaked S, Fridman E, David L (2014) Extensive heterosis in growth of yeast hybrids is explained by a combination of genetic models. Heredity 113: 316–326. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2014.33

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