Data from: Sequencing improves our ability to study threatened migratory species: genetic population assignment in California's Central Valley Chinook salmon

Meek MH, Baerwald MR, Stephens MR, Goodbla A, Miller MR, Tomalty KMH, May B

Date Published: October 10, 2016

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j29f5

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Title Meek_et_al_EandE_LocusMapNamesAndSequence
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Description File contains the Sequence ID and corresponding Map ID for loci used in the linkage map. The sequence provided is for one of the two alleles at each locus.
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Title Meek_et_al_EandE_Sequence_Data
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Description File contains the sequences for the 24,198 SNP loci discovered. Sequence names are followed by "_1" or "_2" to denote the two different alleles of the same locus.
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Title Meek_et_al_EandE_Seq_Count_data
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Description File contains the sequence counts for each individual in the RAD-seq study at each SNP locus, showing the counts for both allele 1 and allele 2, separated by a comma.
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Meek MH, Baerwald MR, Stephens MR, Goodbla A, Miller MR, Tomalty KMH, May B (2016) Sequencing improves our ability to study threatened migratory species: Genetic population assignment in California's Central Valley Chinook salmon. Ecology and Evolution 6(21): 7706-7716. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2493

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Meek MH, Baerwald MR, Stephens MR, Goodbla A, Miller MR, Tomalty KMH, May B (2016) Data from: Sequencing improves our ability to study threatened migratory species: genetic population assignment in California's Central Valley Chinook salmon. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j29f5
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