Data from: DNA taxonomy in the timber genus Milicia: evidence of unidirectional introgression in the West African contact zone

Daïnou K, Flot J, Degen B, Blanc-Jolivet C, Doucet J, Lassois L, Hardy OJ

Date Published: August 4, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m457d

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Title Chromatograms of length-variant heterozygotes in Milicia at At103
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Description This Sequencher file contains, for each length-variant heterozygote, (i) the forward and reverse At103 chromatograms which were assembled into contigs: the double peaks were called either using the "Call secondary function" or manually; (ii) the two haplotypes (a and b) reconstructed by combining the information carried by the forward and reverse chromatograms using the program Champuru (http://jfflot.mnhn.fr/champuru/). These samples of the genus Milicia were sequenced at the nuclear region At103.
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Title SNP_and_SSR_Milicia_genotypes
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Description This file presents the genotypes (at 7 nuclear SSR and 62 nuclear SNP) of Milicia samples collected in West Africa.
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Daïnou K, Flot J, Degen B, Blanc-Jolivet C, Doucet J, Lassois L, Hardy OJ (2017) DNA taxonomy in the timber genus Milicia: evidence of unidirectional introgression in the West African contact zone. Tree Genetics & Genomes 13(4): 90. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11295-017-1174-4

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Daïnou K, Flot J, Degen B, Blanc-Jolivet C, Doucet J, Lassois L, Hardy OJ (2017) Data from: DNA taxonomy in the timber genus Milicia: evidence of unidirectional introgression in the West African contact zone. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m457d
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