Data from: The genomic landscape of rapid repeated evolutionary adaptation to toxic pollution in wild fish

Reid NM, Proestou DA, Clark BW, Warren WC, Colbourne JK, Shaw JR, Karchner SI, Hahn ME, Nacci D, Oleksiak MF, Crawford DL, Whitehead A

Date Published: December 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.68n87

 

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Title killifish population tree data
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Description This archive contains data used to estimate a population tree in the associated manuscript. It contains a VCF file and associated population allele frequencies for ~800k SNPs sampled from across the fundulus heteroclitus autosomes. It also contains an R script used to estimate and plot the tree.
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Reid NM, Proestou DA, Clark BW, Warren WC, Colbourne JK, Shaw JR, Karchner SI, Hahn ME, Nacci D, Oleksiak MF, Crawford DL, Whitehead A (2016) The genomic landscape of rapid repeated evolutionary adaptation to toxic pollution in wild fish. Science 354(6317): 1305-1308. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.aah4993

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Reid NM, Proestou DA, Clark BW, Warren WC, Colbourne JK, Shaw JR, Karchner SI, Hahn ME, Nacci D, Oleksiak MF, Crawford DL, Whitehead A (2016) Data from: The genomic landscape of rapid repeated evolutionary adaptation to toxic pollution in wild fish. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.68n87
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