Data from: High genetic diversity and low population structure in Porter’s sunflower (Helianthus porteri)

Gevaert SD, Mandel JR, Burke JM, Donovan LA

Date Published: February 13, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.85qv1

 

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Title Gevaert_SupMat_TableS1
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Description This table provides primer information for the 18 EST-SSR markers used in this study and first published in Pashley et al. (2006; J Hered 97: 381-388). The column titled Locus ID refers to the nomenclature used in this study and previously referenced in Ellis et al. (2006; Mol. Ecol. 15: 2345-2355). The M13 tail used for labeling of all forward primers was CACGACGTTGTAAAACGAC, and is not included in the Forward Primer column. The expected size of each locus is based on the EST sequences originally developed for Helianthus annuus, and with the exception of BL0003, BL0010, BL0011 and BL0018, correspond similarly in H. porteri. Additional information on these markers is available at http://www.theburkelab.org/datafiles/JHered2006b_Primers.txt
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Title Gevaert_SupMat_FigureS1
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Description This figure shows the results of a STRUCTURE analysis (Pritchard et al. 2000) with K = 5 genetic clusters for 10 native populations and 2 transplant populations of Helianthus porteri. Bars for each individual indicate the average result across fifteen independent iterations. Each individual is represented along the x-axis, with populations presented in order of geographical location, CMR being farthest west and HR being farthest east, along the y-axis. PL and NC populations refer to the 2 transplant populations, where PL is adjacent to HR and NC is isolated from all populations in North Carolina.
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Gevaert SD, Mandel JR, Burke JM, Donovan LA (2013) High genetic diversity and low population structure in Porter’s sunflower (Helianthus porteri). Journal of Heredity 104(3): 407-415. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/est009

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Gevaert SD, Mandel JR, Burke JM, Donovan LA (2013) Data from: High genetic diversity and low population structure in Porter’s sunflower (Helianthus porteri). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.85qv1
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