Data from: Recolonization after habitat restoration leads to decreased genetic variation in populations of a terrestrial orchid

 

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Title AFLPdataVandepitteetal2012
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Description Genotype data based on Amplified fragment length Polymorphism (AFLP) of the ms entitled "Recolonization after habitat restoration leads to decreased genetic variation in populations of a terrestrial orchid" by Vandepitte et al. accepted in 2012 by Molecular Ecology. Rows 2-272: each line is the AFLP genotype of a separate Dactylorhiza incarnata plant, individuals are labeled according to the number of their population (=sampling location) of origin Table 1 in the publication. Column 1: Population ID; Column 2-92: AFLP loci, 1 decodes the presence of a band, 0 the absence.
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Vandepitte K, Gristina AS, De Hert K, Meekers T, Roldán-Ruiz I, Honnay O (2012) Recolonization after habitat restoration leads to decreased genetic variation in populations of a terrestrial orchid. Molecular Ecology 21(17): 4206-4215. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2012.05698.x

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Vandepitte K, Gristina AS, De Hert K, Meekers T, Roldán-Ruiz I, Honnay O (2012) Data from: Recolonization after habitat restoration leads to decreased genetic variation in populations of a terrestrial orchid. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qk770
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