Data from: Strikingly high levels of heterozygosity despite 20 years of inbreeding in a clonal honey bee

Smith NMA, Wade C, Allsopp MH, Harpur BA, Zayed A, Stephen RA, Engelstädter J, Chapman NC, Yagound B, Oldroyd BP

Date Published: November 8, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4pv2ft0

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Title Heterozygosity GLMM data
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Description Using this data set we fitted a binomial, non-linear, mixed-effects model (GLMM) with a logistic link function to assess the effects of genic and intergenic regions, chromosome length and distance from the centromere on the probability that a window would contain one or more heterozygous SNP. Note: Raw sequence data has been uploaded to NCBI. The pipeline for all of the analyses in this paper can be found at: https://github.com/Social-Insect-Genomics/JEB.heterozygosity.fitness.pipeline).
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Smith NMA, Wade C, Allsopp MH, Harpur BA, Zayed A, Stephen RA, Engelstädter J, Chapman NC, Yagound B, Oldroyd BP (2018) Data from: Strikingly high levels of heterozygosity despite 20 years of inbreeding in a clonal honey bee. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4pv2ft0
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