Data from: Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species

 

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Title SNPdataSisymbriumaustriacum
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Description Data resulting from SNP genotyping of Sisymbrium austriacum subsp. chrysanthum individuals collected from twelve and eleven native and non-native locations, respectively. Individuals were succesfully genotyped (missingness<10%) on 209 polymorphic unambiguous loci using KASPar technology. he SNP labels are the locus identifiers (AGI codes) of A. thaliana homologues according to The Arabidopsis Information Resource nomenclature (TAIR; http://www.arabidopsis.org). SNPs were discovered using paired end RADSeq (see Vandepitte et al. 2013, Molecular Ecology Resources for details).The file also includes the genotypes of old, dated non-native herbarium specimens (old: <1878; inter: 1878-1905 and young: 1906-1955). A=1, C=2, T=3, G=4
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Title GOsannotatedallattemptedSNPs
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Description File summarizing the annotation (A. thaliana chromosome position, gene Tair ID and associated Gene Ontology terms) and ensemble results of all 300 SNP attempted in Sisymbrium austriacum.
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Title coordinates
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Description Latitude and longitude data of the 23 analyzed Sisymbrium populations
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Vandepitte K, De Meyer T, Helsen K, Van Acker K, Roldán-Ruiz I, Mergeay J, Honnay O (2014) Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species. Molecular Ecology 23(9): 2157–2164. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12683

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Vandepitte K, De Meyer T, Helsen K, Van Acker K, Roldán-Ruiz I, Mergeay J, Honnay O (2014) Data from: Rapid genetic adaptation precedes the spread of an exotic plant species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hm74t
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