Data from: Paleo-islands as refugia and sources of genetic diversity within volcanic archipelagos: The case of the widespread endemic Canarina canariensis (Campanulaceae)

Mairal M, Sanmartín I, Aldasoro JJ, Culshaw V, Manolopoulou I, Alarcón M

Date Published: June 18, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j4103

 

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Title Matrix AFLPs Canarina canariensis
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Description Original Matrix of Canarina canariensis AFLPs
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Title cpDNA_Canarina_canariensis
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Description NEXUS files for the concatenated cpDNA dataset of Canarina canariensis
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Mairal M, Sanmartín I, Aldasoro JJ, Culshaw V, Manolopoulou I, Alarcón M (2015) Paleo-islands as refugia and sources of genetic diversity within volcanic archipelagos: The case of the widespread endemic Canarina canariensis (Campanulaceae). Molecular Ecology 24(15): 3944–3963. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13282

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Mairal M, Sanmartín I, Aldasoro JJ, Culshaw V, Manolopoulou I, Alarcón M (2015) Data from: Paleo-islands as refugia and sources of genetic diversity within volcanic archipelagos: The case of the widespread endemic Canarina canariensis (Campanulaceae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j4103
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