Data from: Adaptation via pleiotropy and linkage: association mapping reveals a complex genetic architecture within the stickleback Eda locus

Sophie Archambeault, Luis Bärtschi, Aurélie Merminod & Catherine Peichel
Genomic mapping of the loci associated with phenotypic evolution has revealed genomic “hotspots”, or regions of the genome that control multiple phenotypic traits. This clustering of loci has important implications for the speed and maintenance of adaptation and could be due to pleiotropic effects of a single mutation or tight genetic linkage of multiple causative mutations affecting different traits. The threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) is a powerful model for the study of adaptive evolution because...
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