Data from: Dispersal constraints for the conservation of the grassland herb Thymus pulegioides L. in a highly fragmented agricultural landscape

Vanden Broeck A, Ceulemans T, Kathagen G, Hoffmann M, Honnay O, Mergeay J

Date Published: February 5, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kb175

 

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Title Thymus pulegioides AFLP data
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Description The file Thymus pulegioides AFLP data.csv includes the binary matrix of AFLP band presence (1) – absence (0) for 155 AFLP-markers and 287 individuals of Thymus pulegioides sampled in 19 populations in central-east Flanders (Northern Belgium). The matrix also include the spatial coordinates of each sampled population, given in the two last columns. The markers are numbered M1 to M155.
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Vanden Broeck A, Ceulemans T, Kathagen G, Hoffmann M, Honnay O, Mergeay J (2015) Dispersal constraints for the conservation of the grassland herb Thymus pulegioides L. in a highly fragmented agricultural landscape. Conservation Genetics 16(4): 765-776. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10592-015-0698-0

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Vanden Broeck A, Ceulemans T, Kathagen G, Hoffmann M, Honnay O, Mergeay J (2015) Data from: Dispersal constraints for the conservation of the grassland herb Thymus pulegioides L. in a highly fragmented agricultural landscape. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kb175
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