Data from: Habitat type and dispersal mode underlie the capacity for plant migration across an intermittent seaway

Worth JRP, Holland BR, Beeton NJ, Schönfeld B, Rossetto M, Vaillancourt RE, Jordan GJ

Date Published: July 31, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8tb7r

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Title Worth et al. 22 species chloroplast DNA reference genomes
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Description This zip file contains the chloroplast DNA reference genomes assembled for the 22 species investigated in this study. These genomes were used as references to map reads for SNP discovery. For details on how the reference genomes were assembled please refer to the paper 'Habitat type and dispersal mode underlie the capacity for plant migration across an intermittent seaway' in Annals of Botany.
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Worth JRP, Holland BR, Beeton NJ, Schönfeld B, Rossetto M, Vaillancourt RE, Jordan GJ (2017) Habitat type and dispersal mode underlie the capacity for plant migration across an intermittent seaway. Annals of Botany 120(4): 539-549. https://doi.org/10.1093/aob/mcx086

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Worth JRP, Holland BR, Beeton NJ, Schönfeld B, Rossetto M, Vaillancourt RE, Jordan GJ (2017) Data from: Habitat type and dispersal mode underlie the capacity for plant migration across an intermittent seaway. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8tb7r
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