Data from: Faster clonal turnover in high-infection habitats provides evidence for parasite-mediated selection

 

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Title Allozyme genotypes at 9 loci and ploidy information for Potamopyrgus antipodarum snails
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Description Allozyme genotypes at 9 loci and ploidy information for Potamopyrgus antipodarum snails from Lake Alexandrina, New Zealand. Genotypes were obtained with celulose acetate electrophoresis. Ploidy level was assigned based on asymetric banding pattern in heterozygotes. Loci used for assigning ploidy level include: 6PGD, MPI, IDH2, PGM1 and PGM2 (ploidy assignment based on AAT1, AAT2, IDH1 and PEP-D was not reliable). Description of the column headings and abbreviations uded: Data in columns A, B, C, D was not used in the analyses, but can be used to track the sample back to one of the original celulose acetate gels that are stored at the department of Aquatic Ecology, Eawag, Switzerland. A-SNAIL - snail number per sample B-TUBE - eppendorf tube code C-RUN - allozyme genotyping run D-POSITION - position on gel E-YEAR - year sampled F-SITE - sampling site G-HABITAT - habitat where sample was taken (3 depth-related habitats: shallow, mid-water and deep) H-PLOIDY - ploidy level (NA - not available, 0 - homozygote, 2-diploid, 3-triploid) I- SEX_COMMON_RARE - reproductive mode, for clones common or rare (S- sexuals, C-common clones, R-rare clones). A clone was defined as ‘common’ if its frequency among triploid asexuals was above 1.5% in any of the samples (year/site/habitat combination) J-CLONE_ID - Unique clone number K-S - column names are allozyme loci names. Genotypes are coded with a single digit. Loci for which the banding pattern is unreliable for asigning ploidy level are left with 2 alleles for triploid heterozygotes.
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Paczesniak D, Adolfsson S, Liljeroos K, Klappert K, Lively CM, Jokela J (2014) Faster clonal turnover in high-infection habitats provides evidence for parasite-mediated selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(2): 417-428. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12310

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Paczesniak D, Adolfsson S, Liljeroos K, Klappert K, Lively CM, Jokela J (2014) Data from: Faster clonal turnover in high-infection habitats provides evidence for parasite-mediated selection. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dr33q
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