Data from: A novel approach to parasite population genetics: experimental infection reveals geographic differentiation, recombination, and host-mediated population structure in Pasteuria ramosa, a model bacterial parasite of Daphnia

Andras JP, Ebert D

Date Published: November 8, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r406f

 

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Title P. ramosa estimated haplotypes in STRUCTURE format
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Description P. ramosa estimated haplotypes in STRUCTURE format
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Title P_ramosa_allele_presence_absence
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Description P. ramosa presence/absence data for each allele at each locus
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Andras JP, Ebert D (2012) A novel approach to parasite population genetics: experimental infection reveals geographic differentiation, recombination, and host-mediated population structure in Pasteuria ramosa, a model bacterial parasite of Daphnia. Molecular Ecology 22(4): 972-986. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12159

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