Data from: Loci under selection during multiple range expansions of an invasive plant are mostly population-specific, but patterns are associated with climate

Zenni RD, Hoban SM

Date Published: May 8, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tm8d0

 

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Description ## snp_D.R -> contains the annotated code for reading and preparing the data, and the custom code for the K-W tests. ## prov_inv_snp_D.csv -> contain the raw data for the K-W tests ## RDA_SNPxLocationxClimate.R -> Annotated R code for the redundancy analysis (RDA) and for Figure 7 ## BRsites_bioclim -> climate data for RDA ## SNPcommunity_table.csv -> SNP "community"matrix for RDA ## sorted_12_pops.csv -> lositan results. This is the list of loci, with heterozygosity and Fst, ordered by p value.
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Zenni RD, Hoban SM (2015) Loci under selection during multiple range expansions of an invasive plant are mostly population-specific, but patterns are associated with climate. Molecular Ecology 24(13): 3360-3371. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13234

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Zenni RD, Hoban SM (2015) Data from: Loci under selection during multiple range expansions of an invasive plant are mostly population-specific, but patterns are associated with climate. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tm8d0
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