Data from: How old are you? Genet age estimates in a clonal animal

Devlin-Durante MK, Miller MW, Caribbean Acropora Research Group, Precht WF, Baums IB

Date Published: September 26, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f6600

 

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Title DuranteEtAl_Apalmta_Genotypes_n=3352
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Description Genotypes for the coral, Acropora palmata from five microsatellite loci. A. palmata is a diploid species, however, somatic mutations in the form of third and fourth alleles per locus are occasionally detected. Samples are in rows (n = 3352), genotypes are in columns. Table Headers Species: Acropora palmata Region: Caribbean and North-west Atlantic. Database ID: A unique name given to each coral sample. Locus 166, alleles 1-4: Locus 166 is a microsatellite locus. Alleles are given in basepairs. Locus 181, alleles 1-3: Locus 181 is a microsatellite locus. Alleles are given in basepairs. Locus 182, alleles 1-4: Locus 182 is a microsatellite locus. Alleles are given in basepairs. Locus 192, alleles 1-4: Locus 192 is a microsatellite locus. Alleles are given in basepairs. Locus 207, alleles 1-3: Locus 207 is a microsatellite locus. Alleles are given in basepairs. Genet ID: All samples that share all ancestral alleles at five microsatellite loci were assigned the same genet ID. See methods for how ancestral alleles were determined. Mutant ID: A Unique ID given to each unique multilocus genotype. This multilocus genotype includes all alleles (diploid ancestral and additional mutations).
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Title DuranteEtAl_AcroporaPalmata_UniqueMutationsTable
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Description Table shows the somatic mutations that occurred at 5 microsatellite loci in Acropora palmata collected throughout the Caribbean. Given are the sampling region, the reef, the Baumslab sample Database ID (unique for each sample), the microsatellite locus that had a mutated allele (166, 181, 182, 192,207), the two ancestral alleles of the genet, any additional alleles detected and a designation (Origin of Allele 3, Origin of Allele 4) of how those additional alleles arose (i.e from ancestral Allele 1 or Allele 2). Sometimes, one ancestral allele mutated twice giving rise to Alleles 3 and 4. The mutational change (in bp) from the ancestral alleles to the new allele is given. Genets had from 2 to 94 samples (sample count for genet). Genets are identified by their Genet ID. Sometimes, ancestral alleles were no longer detected (full mutations). CBD = cannot be determined.
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Devlin-Durante MK, Miller MW, Caribbean Acropora Research Group, Precht WF, Baums IB (2016) How old are you? Genet age estimates in a clonal animal. Molecular Ecology 25(22): 5628–5646. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13865

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Devlin-Durante MK, Miller MW, Caribbean Acropora Research Group, Precht WF, Baums IB (2016) Data from: How old are you? Genet age estimates in a clonal animal. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f6600
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