Data from: Positive selection drives faster-Z evolution in silkmoths

Sackton TB, Corbett-Detig RB, Nagaraju J, Vaishna RL, Arunkumar KP, Hartl DL

Date Published: May 9, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j2718

 

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Title Bombyx huttoni assembly
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Description Final Bombyx huttoni assembly. Fasta format.
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Title Unfiltered B. mori alignments
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Description Compressed tarball containing alignments between each B. mori gene (1st sequence) and the B. huttoni sequence (2nd sequence), the B. mandarina major allele (3rd sequence), and the B. mandarina minor allele (4th sequence). These alignments include all B. mandarina polymorphic sites detected at Q30 or above. Note that these are consensus chromosomes that do not capture phase information among B. mandarina alleles; rather, they simply represent the major and minor allele at each polymorphic site.
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Title Males only B. mori alignments
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Description Compressed tarball containing alignments between each B. mori gene (1st sequence) and the B. huttoni sequence (2nd sequence), the B. mandarina major allele (3rd sequence), and the B. mandarina minor allele (4th sequence). These alignments include all B. mandarina polymorphic sites detected at Q30 or above after excluding females. B. mori and B. huttoni sequence are identical to the unfiltered alignments.
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Title Singletons removed B. mori alignments.
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Description Compressed tarball containing alignments between each B. mori gene (1st sequence) and the B. huttoni sequence (2nd sequence), the B. mandarina major allele (3rd sequence), and the B. mandarina minor allele (4th sequence). These alignments include all B. mandarina polymorphic sites detected at Q30 or above after excluding singletons. The B. huttoni and B. mori sequences are identical to the unfiltered alignments.
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Title Raw data for analysis
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Sackton TB, Corbett-Detig RB, Nagaraju J, Vaishna RL, Arunkumar KP, Hartl DL (2014) Positive selection drives faster-Z evolution in silkmoths. Evolution 68(8): 2331-2342. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12449

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Sackton TB, Corbett-Detig RB, Nagaraju J, Vaishna RL, Arunkumar KP, Hartl DL (2014) Data from: Positive selection drives faster-Z evolution in silkmoths. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j2718
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