Data from: Local adaptation and oceanographic connectivity patterns explain genetic differentiation of a marine diatom across the North Sea-Baltic Sea salinity gradient

Sjöqvist C, Godhe A, Jonsson PR, Sundqvist L, Kremp A

Date Published: April 23, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j5cf0

 

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Title growth rates
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Description This file contains data on growth rates (intrinsic rate of increase, µ) of Skeletonema marinoi strains isolated from the Baltic Sea and the Swedish west coast. The average values are based on measured growth rates of 10 monoclonal strains grown in f/4+Si for 5-7 days in +10 C in a light intensity of 40 µmol s-1 m-2. Strains were acclimatized to respective salinity during one week prior to the growth experiment.
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Title Microsatellite genotypes (Skeletonema marinoi)
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Description This file contains allelic information on 354 individuals (8 loci) of Skeletonema marinoi isolated from the Baltic Sea and NE North Sea.
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Title sampling locations
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Description This file contains the exact coordinates of the ten sampling stations in this study.
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Title directional relative migration
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Description This file contains the raw data for directional relative migration between the ten Skeletonema marinoi populations. More information in the ReadMe file.
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Title oceanographic connectivity
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Description This file contains matrices of oceanographic connectivity between the ten sampling stations. More information in the associated ReadMe file.
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Sjöqvist C, Godhe A, Jonsson PR, Sundqvist L, Kremp A (2015) Local adaptation and oceanographic connectivity patterns explain genetic differentiation of a marine diatom across the North Sea-Baltic Sea salinity gradient. Molecular Ecology 24(11): 2871-2885. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13208

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Sjöqvist C, Godhe A, Jonsson PR, Sundqvist L, Kremp A (2015) Data from: Local adaptation and oceanographic connectivity patterns explain genetic differentiation of a marine diatom across the North Sea-Baltic Sea salinity gradient. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j5cf0
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