Data from: Parental genetic effects in a cavefish adaptive behavior explain disparity between nuclear and mitochondrial DNA

 

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Title Yoshizawa et al_archived data_0209-2012
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Description Raw data from the laboratory experiments. Abbreviations are described in the main manuscript.
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Title processMitoSim_all
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Description This perl code calculates the stats of the data produced by Yoshizawa_etal_simuPOP_code.py. Further descriptions are seen at the comments in this file.
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Title Yoshizawa_etal_simuPOP_code
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Description The python code is to simulate the introgression event of mitochondria by running simuPOP program. Detailed description are seen in 'comments' in this code.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Yoshizawa M, Ashida G, Jeffery WR (2012) Parental genetic effects in a cavefish adaptive behavior explain disparity between nuclear and mitochondrial DNA. Evolution 66(9): 2975-2982. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01651.x

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Yoshizawa M, Ashida G, Jeffery WR (2012) Data from: Parental genetic effects in a cavefish adaptive behavior explain disparity between nuclear and mitochondrial DNA. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qn514810
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