Data from: Population differentiation of 2 forms of Bryde’s whales in the Indian and Pacific Oceans

Kershaw F, Leslie MS, Collins T, Mansur RM, Smith BD, Minton G, Baldwin R, LeDuc RG, Anderson RC, Brownell Jr. RL, Rosenbaum HC

Date Published: August 8, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b9q73

 

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Title Kershawetal_TableS1_SampleInformation
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Description Table S1: Details of new Bryde’s whale samples. Sample ID corresponds to original field sample code as managed by the American Museum of Natural History. Taxon was designated as a result of the phylogenetic analysis carried out in the current study. Sampling sites are as follows: BAN, Swatch-of-No-Ground, Bangladesh; BAN (CB), Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh; MAL, Maldives; OMA, Oman. Latitude and Longitude are in decimal degrees; N, North; E, East. Body length is given in meters or, if this information wasn’t available, as life history stage. Sex is coded as: M, male; F, female. ND, no data.
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Title Kershawetal_TableS2_HaplotypeInformation
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Description Table S2: Table of corresponding accession (ACCN) numbers for haplotypes H01-H49 included in the study. From the 299 bp mitochondrial consensus sequence (bp position 15545-15843 in the mtDNA genome of B. e. edeni [ACCN: AB201258]), H01-H45 were identified as B. e. brydei, and H46-H48 were identified as B. e. edeni. The B. e. edeni haplotype H49 was identified from the 407 bp consensus sequence (bp position 15500-15906 in the mtDNA genome of B. e. edeni [ACCN: AB201258]). The total number of individuals (N) for each haplotype is shown and, when two accession numbers are listed, the number of individuals represented by each is indicated in parentheses. * indicates the five new haplotypes described by the current study. The remaining forty-four haplotypes have been previously described and published (Kanda et al. 2007; Yoshida & Kato 1999). For details of haplotype frequencies across sampling locations, see Figure 2 of the main article.
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Kershaw F, Leslie MS, Collins T, Mansur RM, Smith BD, Minton G, Baldwin R, LeDuc RG, Anderson RC, Brownell Jr RL, Rosenbaum HC (2013) Population differentiation of 2 forms of Bryde’s whales in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Journal of Heredity 104(6): 755-764. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/est057

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Kershaw F, Leslie MS, Collins T, Mansur RM, Smith BD, Minton G, Baldwin R, LeDuc RG, Anderson RC, Brownell Jr. RL, Rosenbaum HC (2013) Data from: Population differentiation of 2 forms of Bryde’s whales in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b9q73
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