Data from: Is multifactorial sex determination in the house fly, Musca domestica (L.), stable over time?

Meisel R, Davey T, Son JH, Gerry AC, Shono T, Scott JG

Date Published: August 25, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f6mb0

 

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Title Random mating simulations
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Description These R commands will perform simulations of the Chino, NC, and NY populations without selection. Commands are also given for plotting the simulation results, reproducing the figures in the manuscript.
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Title Selection simulations with fitness assigned at the genotype level
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Description This python script simulates a population with random mating and selection. Fitness values are randomly assigned to each genotype. The script can be run in parallel on multiple processors, assigned on the command line. The script appends new simulation results to existing simulations that have the same jobID.
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Title Simulations with selection coefficients assigned to alleles
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Description This perl script runs simulations of populations with natural selection. Recursions are used to simulate a population with non-overlapping generations. Selection coefficients are randomly assigned to the III^M and Y^M chromosomes in males and females, and to the Md-tra^D allele in females. From these selection coefficients, genotype fitness values are calculated assuming additive interactions of the selection coefficients within and between loci.
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Title Expected time to fixation
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Description These R commands estimate the expected time to fixation of sex determining variants due to genetic drift, and also plot graphs to reproduce those published in the manuscript.
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Title Initial genotype frequencies for simulations and analyses
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Description These archive contains files needed to run simulations and analyses. Each file has genotype frequencies that are needed for some of the scripts in this Dryad submission.
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Title Partial sequence of Md-tra with extra tra/tra2 binding site.
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Title Md-tra females vs Multi-M males
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Description This table contains the frequency of multi-M males and Md-tra^D females from previously published results and data published in this paper.
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Meisel R, Davey T, Son JH, Gerry AC, Shono T, Scott JG (2016) Is multifactorial sex determination in the house fly, Musca domestica (L.), stable over time? Journal of Heredity 107(7): 615-625. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esw051

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Meisel R, Davey T, Son JH, Gerry AC, Shono T, Scott JG (2016) Data from: Is multifactorial sex determination in the house fly, Musca domestica (L.), stable over time? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f6mb0
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