Data from: Multi-locus analyses reveal four giraffe species instead of one

Fennessy J, Bidon T, Reuss F, Kumar V, Elkan P, Nilsson MA, Vamberger M, Fritz U, Janke A

Date Published: September 12, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h3tc2

 

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Description This file contains additional figures, table and information that could not be included in the main paper or supplementary information due to space limitations. List of content: Figure 1. A ML tree from seven concatenated nuclear loci Figure 2. Details of the genome assembly Figure 3. BEAST Divergence time estimates among sampled giraffe subspecies Table 1: ID, subspecies and locations of all 141 own samples used in this study Table 2: Microsatellite loci in the giraffe genome Table 3: Percentages of mobile DNA elements in the giraffe genome
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Fennessy J, Bidon T, Reuss F, Kumar V, Elkan P, Nilsson MA, Vamberger M, Fritz U, Janke A (2016) Multi-locus analyses reveal four giraffe species instead of one. Current Biology 26(18): 2543-2549. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2016.07.036

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Fennessy J, Bidon T, Reuss F, Kumar V, Elkan P, Nilsson MA, Vamberger M, Fritz U, Janke A (2016) Data from: Multi-locus analyses reveal four giraffe species instead of one. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h3tc2
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