Data from: Evolution under changing climates: climatic niche stasis despite rapid evolution in a non-native plant

 

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Title Microsatellite genotypes of Lactuca serriola
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Description This file contains information about the geographic origin and genotypes at 7 microsatellite loci of every individual included in the population genetics analysis of introduction history in Lactuca serriola. Data were obtained from molecular analyses of plants raised from wild-collected seeds (see paper for details), and includes data collected for an earlier study (Alexander et al. 2009, see references). Fragment lengths were scored using GeneMapper v.4.1 software (Applied Biosystems).
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Title Phenological and size traits of Lactuca serriola
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Description This file contains data about Lactuca serriola plants from 55 populations raised in a common garden (climate chamber) experiment. Data describe the geographic and climatic origin of plants, their flowering phenology, reproductive output and size at different developmental stages when raised under controlled environmental conditions.
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Alexander JM (2013) Evolution under changing climates: climatic niche stasis despite rapid evolution in a non-native plant. 280(1767): 20131446. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.1446

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Alexander JM (2013) Data from: Evolution under changing climates: climatic niche stasis despite rapid evolution in a non-native plant. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nr916
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