Data from: A genome scan for selection signatures comparing farmed Atlantic salmon with two wild populations: testing co-localization among outlier markers, candidate genes, and QTLs for production traits

Liu L, Ang KP, Elliott JAK, Kent MP, Lien S, MacDonald D, Boulding EG

Date Published: November 22, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.53b58

 

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Description raw dataset with 3980 SNP genotypes for two wild Atlantic salmon populations from the Tobique River and the Stewiacke River in the Bay of Fundy, Canada.
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Liu L, Ang KP, Elliott JAK, Kent MP, Lien S, MacDonald D, Boulding EG (2017) A genome scan for selection signatures comparing farmed Atlantic salmon with two wild populations: Testing colocalization among outlier markers, candidate genes, and quantitative trait loci for production traits. Evolutionary Applications 10(3): 276–296. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12450

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Liu L, Ang KP, Elliott JAK, Kent MP, Lien S, MacDonald D, Boulding EG (2016) Data from: A genome scan for selection signatures comparing farmed Atlantic salmon with two wild populations: testing co-localization among outlier markers, candidate genes, and QTLs for production traits. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.53b58
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