Data from: Arabidopsis hybrid speciation processes

 

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Title Microsatellite raw data (seven markers) of di- and tetraploid Arabidopsis arenosa and A. lyrata ssp. petraea from Eastern Austria and the Western Carpathians
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Description Data are deposited as BAPS input file. Individuals are listed in the first column. Their unique identification numbers comprise a population number first and an individual number second. In rare cases a third number is found between these two, which further characterizes the population and refers to our internal unique identifier system. POP stands for "population". Taxonomic assignment of the populations is as follows: diploid Arabidopsis arenosa (126-915141), tetraploid A. arenosa (03-81), diploid A. lyrata ssp. petraea (115-74), tetraploid A. lyrata ssp. petraea (01-140). In columns two-eight the microsatellite markers are listed (ATTS0392, SLL2, ICE13, ICE7, NGA162, ICE14, AthZFPG). Each allele of each marker was annotated with a two digit code number.
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Title Morphometric raw data (29 characters) of di- and tetraploid Arabidopsis arenosa and A. lyrata ssp. petraea from Eastern Austria and the Western Carpathians
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Description In the first column the individuals are listed. Their unique identification numbers comprise a population number first and an individual number second. In rare cases a third number is found between these two, which further characterizes the population and refers to our internal unique identifier system. Taxonomic assignment of the populations is as follows: diploid Arabidopsis arenosa (915140-915141), tetraploid A. arenosa (Ex04-93), diploid A. lyrata ssp. petraea (87-74), tetraploid A. lyrata ssp. petraea (01-95). In columns 2-24 morphological characters are listed. The character abbreviations 1-29 are as follows: Number of upper stem leaves above the midpoint of the stem (1), plant height (2), number of flowers (3), number of stem leaves (4), length of leafy stem part (5), length of second stem leaf (6), width of second stem leaf (7), length of uppermost stem leaf (8), width of uppermost stem leaf (9), length of biggest rosette leaf (10), length of biggest rosette leaf from the first leaf tooth to the leaf tip (11), basic number of leaf teeth of the biggest rosette leaf (12), length of stem from the ground rosette to the biggest stem leaf (13), length of stem from the ground rosette to the smallest stem leaf (14), hairs on leafy stem part (15), hairs on stem from the ground rosette to the first leaf (16), simple hairs on stem from the ground rosette to the first leaf (17), bifurcated hairs on stem from the ground rosette to the first leaf (18), trifurcated hairs on stem from the ground rosette to the first leaf (19), hairs on leafless stem part (20), simple hairs on flower buds (21), bifurcated hairs on flower buds (22), trifurcated hairs on flower buds (23), simple hairs on second stem leaf (24), bifurcated hairs on second stem leaf (25), trifurcated hairs on second stem leaf (26), white petal colour (27), light pink petal colour (28), dark pink petal colour (29). Eleven characters are used as ratios, e.g., 2:5. Characters 1-14 are either discrete or continuous quantitative characters. Characters 15-29 are qualitative characters.
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Schmickl R, Koch MA (2011) Arabidopsis hybrid speciation processes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108(34): 14192-14197. http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1104212108

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Schmickl R, Koch MA (2011) Data from: Arabidopsis hybrid speciation processes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j5g76
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