Data from: Does human-induced hybridization have long-term genetic effects? Empirical testing with domesticated, wild and hybridized fish populations

Harbicht A, Wilson CC, Fraser DJ

Date Published: July 25, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ns905

 

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Title Data from a transplant experiment involving hybridized and non-hybridized populations of brook trout
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Description This data file contains field, genetic and morphological data from a transplant experiment in which brook trout from two hybridized (Welcome and Charles Lakes), one non-hybridized (Dickson Lake) and one hatchery population (Hills Lake strain) were match planted into three experimental study lakes. A 5th population (Shallnot Lake) is included in the data but was not included in the publication due to its uncertain genetic background.
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Harbicht A, Wilson CC, Fraser DJ (2014) Does human-induced hybridization have long-term genetic effects? Empirical testing with domesticated, wild and hybridized fish populations. Evolutionary Applications 7(10): 1180-1191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12199

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Harbicht A, Wilson CC, Fraser DJ (2014) Data from: Does human-induced hybridization have long-term genetic effects? Empirical testing with domesticated, wild and hybridized fish populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ns905
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