Data from: Species introduction promotes hybridization and introgression in Coregonus: is there sign of selection against hybrids?

 

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Title Kahilainen_etal_MEC_dryad_raw_data
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Description Genetic and ecomorphological dataset from Kahilainen et al. Species introduction promotes hybridization and introgression in Coregonus: is there sign of selection against hybrids? Molecular Ecology (online ISSN:1095-8312). Columns A-B give individual code and a priori classification followed by mtDNA (C) and microsatellite data (D-Q). Columns R-U give assignment results from genetic data and final posteriori grouping (WF=whitefish, V=vendace, F1=F1 hybrid, BCV=backcross to vendace and BCWF=backcross to whitefish). Body size and morphology is given in W-AA, niche utilization in AB-AP and life-history traits in AQ-AU. Sex is coded as 1=female, 2=male, 3=juvenile and sexual maturity as 1-3=immature and 4=mature.
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Kahilainen KK, Østbye K, Harrod C, Shikano T, Malinen T, Merilä J (2011) Species introduction promotes hybridization and introgression in Coregonus: is there sign of selection against hybrids? Molecular Ecology 20(18): 3838-3855. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05209.x

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Kahilainen KK, Østbye K, Harrod C, Shikano T, Malinen T, Merilä J (2011) Data from: Species introduction promotes hybridization and introgression in Coregonus: is there sign of selection against hybrids? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83n0t
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