Data from: Extreme genetic diversity in asexual grass thrips populations

Fontcuberta García-Cuenca A, Dumas Z, Schwander T

Date Published: February 9, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h8017

 

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Title Aptinothripsrufus_genotype file
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Description This worksheet contains genotypes of all individuals at eleven microsatellite loci as well as haplotypes of mitochondrial sequence markers COI-COII and pseudohaplotypes of the nuclear sequence markers H3 and Elongation factor.
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Title Elongation- factor (EF) sequences
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Description This fasta file contains sequences of EF nuclear sequence markers of all individuals. There is one sequence per individual and heterozygous positions are marked with IUPAC ambiguity code.
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Title Elongation- factor (EF) pseudohaplotypes
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Description This fasta file contains 2 haploid sequences of EF marker per individual, obtained after phasing of raw sequences.
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Title Histone3 (H3) pseudohaplotypes
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Description This fasta file contains 2 haploid sequences of H3 marker per individual, obtained after phasing of raw sequences.
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Fontcuberta García-Cuenca A, Dumas Z, Schwander T (2016) Extreme genetic diversity in asexual grass thrips populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29(5): 887–899. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12843

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Fontcuberta García-Cuenca A, Dumas Z, Schwander T (2016) Data from: Extreme genetic diversity in asexual grass thrips populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h8017
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