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Data from: Genetic diversity and evolutionary history of four closely related Aquilegia species revealed by ten nuclear gene fragments

Huang L, Geng F, Fan J, Xue C, Zhang X, Kang J, Zhang J, Ren Y

Date Published: December 27, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r5h2q

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Description Supplemental Table 1. Summaries of genetic diversity and neutrality tests in all 21 populations
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Description Supplemental Table 2. Comparison of different allele frequency within 4 species
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Description Supplemental Table 3. Detailed information of Fixed : Shared sites among four species
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Title Fig. S1
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Description Supplemental Figure 1. Contrast of morphology in four closely related Aquilegia species. a. Aquilegia yabeana; b. A. oxysepala var. kanseunsis; c. A. rockii; d. A. ecalcarata
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Description Supplemental Figure 2. Structure results of 21 populations. (A) Plot from K=2 to K=6. (a. A. oxysepala var. kansuensis; b. A. ecalcarata; c. A. rockii; d. A. yabeana; (B) the maximum LnP(D) at different K; (C) delta K at different K.
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Huang L, Geng F, Fan J, Xue C, Zhang X, Kang J, Zhang J, Ren Y (2017) Genetic diversity and evolutionary history of four closely related Aquilegia species revealed by ten nuclear gene fragments. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/jse.12298

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Huang L, Geng F, Fan J, Xue C, Zhang X, Kang J, Zhang J, Ren Y (2017) Data from: Genetic diversity and evolutionary history of four closely related Aquilegia species revealed by ten nuclear gene fragments. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r5h2q
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