Data from: Sex-linked and autosomal microsatellites provide new insights into island populations of the tammar wallaby

 

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Title Microsatellite genotpyes for tammar wallabies from Kangaroo Island and Garden Island
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Description Microsatellite genotypes for autosomal (chromosome 2), X-linked and Y-linked loci. Data for two tammar wallaby populations: Kangaroo Island, South Australia (KI) and Garden Island, Western Australia (GI). "All loci" tab has data for 29 loci, with missing data denoted by "-9" and sexes denoted "M" for male and "F" for female. Three other tabs have data in GenAlEx input format for chromosomes 2, X and Y respectively. These only include data for polymorphic loci without significant LD as were used in population genetic analyses. Missing data here are denoted by "0".
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MacDonald AJ, FitzSimmons NN, Chambers B, Renfree MB, Sarre SD (2014) Sex-linked and autosomal microsatellites provide new insights into island populations of the tammar wallaby. Heredity 112(3): 333-342. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2013.109

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MacDonald AJ, FitzSimmons NN, Chambers B, Renfree MB, Sarre SD (2013) Data from: Sex-linked and autosomal microsatellites provide new insights into island populations of the tammar wallaby. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s76t7
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