Data from: Relative strength of fine-scale spatial genetic structure in paternally vs biparentally inherited DNA in a dioecious plant depends on both sex proportions and pollen-to-seed dispersal ratio

Chybicki IJ, Dering M, Iszkuło G, Meyza K, Suszka J

Date Published: July 11, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ff708

 

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Title Taxus_Coord_SSR_data
Description Data for individual trees include coordinates (ETRS89 system, in meters) and genotypes at 6 nuclear microsatellite loci (2 columns per locus) and 1 mitochondrial locus (1 column). Zero is used for missing data. Individuals are grouped into 2 populations (column named "Population").
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Chybicki IJ, Dering M, Iszkuło G, Meyza K, Suszka J (2016) Relative strength of fine-scale spatial genetic structure in paternally vs biparentally inherited DNA in a dioecious plant depends on both sex proportions and pollen-to-seed dispersal ratio. Heredity 117(6): 449-459. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2016.65

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Chybicki IJ, Dering M, Iszkuło G, Meyza K, Suszka J (2016) Data from: Relative strength of fine-scale spatial genetic structure in paternally vs biparentally inherited DNA in a dioecious plant depends on both sex proportions and pollen-to-seed dispersal ratio. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ff708
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