Data from: Strong and consistent natural selection associated with armour reduction in sticklebacks

 

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Title Genotype at Eda and lateral plate phenotypes
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Description The file contains the genotypic information used in the manuscript. For each fish are indicated: 1) the population, 2) the morph according to Bell et al. 2004 definition (based on the presence of keel plates), 3) the morph according to Zuiganov's definition (based on the number of plates on one side, 4) the bilateral number of plates, 5) the genotype at marker Stn382, 6) the genotype at marker Stn381. Three populations are indicated, Myrdalsvatn and Eikelandsvatn are both parental populations (genotyped in 2008), and Nygårdspark is the experimental population. The genotype is not available for all fish. Allele code corresponds to rough estimates of fragment sizes (more precise information is provided in the manuscript)
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Le Rouzic A, Østbye K, Klepaker TO, Hansen TF, Bernatchez L, Schluter D, Vøllestad LA (2011) Strong and consistent natural selection associated with armour reduction in sticklebacks. Molecular Ecology 20(12): 2483–2493. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05071.x

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Le Rouzic A, Østbye K, Klepaker TO, Hansen TF, Bernatchez L, Schluter D, Vøllestad LA (2011) Data from: Strong and consistent natural selection associated with armour reduction in sticklebacks. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8412
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