Data from: Wolbachia-induced meiotic drive and feminization is associated with an independent occurrence of selective mitochondrial sweep in a butterfly

Miyata M, Konagaya T, Yukuhiro K, Nomura M, Kageyama D

Date Published: May 12, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7qf5f

 

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Title Sample sheet for Eurema mandarina
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Description Sample sheet of Eurema mandarina adults collected in Tanegashima Island, Japan, in 2015. It contains sample codes, date of sampling, sex, latitudes and longitudes of collected sites, Wolbachia infection status (C: singly infected with wCI, CF: doubly infected with wCI and wFem, NA: not analysed), numbers of female offspring and male offspring where available, and accession numbers of Tpi, COI and COIII.
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Miyata M, Konagaya T, Yukuhiro K, Nomura M, Kageyama D (2017) Wolbachia -induced meiotic drive and feminization is associated with an independent occurrence of selective mitochondrial sweep in a butterfly. Biology Letters 13(5): 20170153. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2017.0153

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