Data from: Convergent evolution of social hybridogenesis in Messor harvester ants

Romiguier J, Fournier A, Yek SH, Keller L

Date Published: October 20, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6gr08

 

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Title hsc70-4 alignment (Messor barbarus)
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Description Alignment of the hsc70-4 gene in Messor barbarus. Nucleotide ambiguity code (IUPAC) is used to signal heterozygosity: by example, a R codes for an A/G genotype, while A codes A/A and G codes for G/G.
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Title Alignment of the Catalase gene
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Description Alignment of the Catalase gene (nucleotides) in 9 Messor harvester ant species (52 individuals) and Pogonomyrmex barbatus. For Messor species, sequences of the two alleles (Allele 1 and Allele 2) are provided.
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Title mitochondrial COX1 gene alignment (Messor barbarus)
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Description Alignment of the COX1 gene in Messor barbarus (48 individuals) and M. capitatus.
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Romiguier J, Fournier A, Yek SH, Keller L (2017) Convergent evolution of social hybridogenesis in Messor harvester ants. Molecular Ecology 26(4): 1108-1117. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13899

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Romiguier J, Fournier A, Yek SH, Keller L (2016) Data from: Convergent evolution of social hybridogenesis in Messor harvester ants. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6gr08
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