Data from: Phylogeographic analyses of American black bears (Ursus americanus) suggest four glacial refugia and complex patterns of post-glacial admixture

Puckett EE, Etter PD, Johnson EA, Eggert LS

Date Published: May 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dc02b

 

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Title Puckett_etal-MaxEntInput
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Description Geographic coordinates used as input in MaxEnt species distribution model.
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Title Puckett_etal-mtDNA_HaplotypeList
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Description List of samples and the identified mitochondrial haplotype. See GenBank accessions: AY334363–AY334367 (Onorato et al 2004), FJ619652–FJ619659 (Van Den Bussche et al 2009), KJ406324-KJ406336 (Puckett et al 2014), and KM230048-KM230113 (this paper).
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Title Puckett_etal-SSR_Data
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Description Microsatellite genotypes (15 loci) used for inference of effective population size by regional cluster.
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Title Puckett_etal-U_amer_29k_SNPs
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Description PED file with 29,213 SNPs for Ursus americanus. Data were clustered the following way: 1- AK-East, 2- Central Interior Highlands, 3- Great Lakes, 4- Northeast, 5- Southeast, 6- AK-West, 7- West, 8- Southwest, 9- Pacific Coast.
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Title Puckett_etal-U_amer_29k_SNPs
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Description MAP file that accompanies PED file for analyzing SNP data in PLINK.
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Puckett EE, Etter PD, Johnson EA, Eggert LS (2015) Phylogeographic analyses of American black bears (Ursus americanus) suggest four glacial refugia and complex patterns of post-glacial admixture. Molecular Biology and Evolution 32(9): 2338-2350. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msv114

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Puckett EE, Etter PD, Johnson EA, Eggert LS (2015) Data from: Phylogeographic analyses of American black bears (Ursus americanus) suggest four glacial refugia and complex patterns of post-glacial admixture. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dc02b
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