Data from: Historical collections reveal patterns of diffusion of sweet potato in Oceania obscured by modern plant movements and recombination

Roullier C, Benoit L, McKey DB, Lebot V

Date Published: January 23, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77148

 

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Title nuclear SSR data
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Description Nuclear genetic data of the samples used in the present study and obtained for the eleven nuclear microsatellite loci (J263, J315E, J522A, J116a, Ib297, J260A, J1809E, IbR16, IbC5, J544b, IbS11). Sheet 1 provides nuclear data of the samples collected in ex situ collections (in total 890 samples) and sheet 2, the genetic data obtained for the herbarium specimens (41 specimens in total). For hexaploids, we can obtain from 1 to 6 peaks or bands (6 alleles) per locus. Allelic composition (from allele 1 to allele 6) is then provided for each accession. The sheet 3 provides passeport data of all the accessions, referenced in the previous sheets 1 and 2 by their "Dryad number": - for ex situ samples (from line 1 to 891), it includes names of ex situ collections, full geographical origin data and local landrace names. - for herbarium specimens (from line 892 to line 933), it includes herbarium codes, geographical origin, dates of collection and collector names.
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Title chloro SSR data
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Description Genetic data obtained for the six chloroplast microsatellite loci ccmp2 (or ibcp4), ntcp28 (or ibcp31), ibcp5, ibcp10, ibcp8 and ntcp26 for herbarium specimens (57 specimens in total; sheet 1) and samples collected in ex situ collections (in total 1153 samples; sheet 2). Passeport data of all accessions are provided along genetic results: - for herbarium specimens, it includes herbarium codes, geographical origin, dates of collection, collector names along with genetic data, ie, allele code for each locus, haplotype code and cp lineage (1 or 2). - for ex situ samples, it includes names of ex situ collections, full geographical origin data and local landrace names, along with genetic data, ie, allele code for each locus, haplotype code and cp lineage (1 or 2)Genetic data obtained for the six chloroplast microsatellite loci ccmp2 (or ibcp4), ntcp28 (or ibcp31), ibcp5, ibcp10, ibcp8 and ntcp26 for herbarium specimens (57 specimens in total; sheet 1) and samples collected in ex situ collections (in total 1153 samples; sheet 2). Passeport data of all accessions are provided along genetic results: - for herbarium specimens, it includes herbarium codes, geographical origin, dates of collection, collector names along with genetic data, ie, allele code for each locus, haplotype code and cp lineage (1 or 2). - for ex situ samples, it includes names of ex situ collections, full geographical origin data and local landrace names, along with genetic data, ie, allele code for each locus, haplotype code and cp lineage (1 or 2).
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Roullier C, Benoit L, McKey DB, Lebot V (2013) Historical collections reveal patterns of diffusion of sweet potato in Oceania obscured by modern plant movements and recombination. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110(6): 2205–2210. http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1211049110

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Roullier C, Benoit L, McKey DB, Lebot V (2013) Data from: Historical collections reveal patterns of diffusion of sweet potato in Oceania obscured by modern plant movements and recombination. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77148
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