Data from: Combining niche-shift and population genetic analyses predicts rapid phenotypic evolution during invasion

Sotka EE, Baumgardner AW, Bippus PM, Destombe C, Duermit EA, Endo H, Flanagan BA, Kamiya M, Lees LE, Murren CJ, Nakaoka M, Shainker SJ, Strand AE, Terada R, Valero M, Weinberger F, Krueger-Hadfield SA

Date Published: December 28, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f8c4f

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Title MicrosatPloidyData
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Description Table of individuals with ploidy information Individual_ID Population ID with individual numbers. See Appendix A for more information Life.history Morphological identification of life-history state msatploidy Microsatellite-based identification of ploidy mlg.id the multilocus ID for each diploid per population pgen probability that the thallus was a unique multi-locus genotype psex probability that the thallus represents a separate sexual reproductive event (i.e. a separate genet)
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Title PhenotypeData
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Description Phenotype dataset assay Assay type (40deg, minus20deg, salinity) ind.type field vs common garden ind individual ID trt levels within each assay type SBS standardized bleaching code (-2 to 2)
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Sotka EE, Baumgardner AW, Bippus PM, Destombe C, Duermit EA, Endo H, Flanagan BA, Kamiya M, Lees LE, Murren CJ, Nakaoka M, Shainker SJ, Strand AE, Terada R, Valero M, Weinberger F, Krueger-Hadfield SA (2018) Combining niche shift and population genetic analyses predicts rapid phenotypic evolution during invasion. Evolutionary Applications 11(5): 781-793. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.12592

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Sotka EE, Baumgardner AW, Bippus PM, Destombe C, Duermit EA, Endo H, Flanagan BA, Kamiya M, Lees LE, Murren CJ, Nakaoka M, Shainker SJ, Strand AE, Terada R, Valero M, Weinberger F, Krueger-Hadfield SA (2018) Data from: Combining niche-shift and population genetic analyses predicts rapid phenotypic evolution during invasion. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f8c4f
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