Data from: Remnant Pachira quinata pasture trees have greater opportunities to self and suffer reduced reproductive success due to inbreeding depression

 

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Title SSR data
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Description SSR genotypes from 5 loci for progeny arrays from LB SP sites. Numbers are allele size. 0 = missing value
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Title plant traits
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Description Plant traits from LB SP sites. DBH = diameter at 1.3m, Seed = seed quantity (5=high, 1=low), CapL = capsule length, CapW = capsule width, Age = plant age (5=old, 1=young), DistT = distance to nearest tree, T50m = number of trees within 50m, T250m = number of trees within 250m, T250_500m = number of trees 250-500m, T500m = number of trees within 500m, tm-ts = Ritlands multilocus minus single locus outcrossing rate, rp = Ritlands correlated paternity, tm = Ritlands multilocus outcrossing rate, He = heterozygosity, r1 = genetics relatedness to the nearest tree, r5 = genetics relatedness to the nearest 5 trees.
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Rymer PD, Sandiford M, Harris SA, Billingham MR, Boshier DH (2015) Remnant Pachira quinata pasture trees have greater opportunities to self and suffer reduced reproductive success due to inbreeding depression. Heredity 115: 115-124. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2013.73

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Rymer PD, Sandiford M, Harris SA, Billingham MR, Boshier DH (2013) Data from: Remnant Pachira quinata pasture trees have greater opportunities to self and suffer reduced reproductive success due to inbreeding depression. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6f3q5
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