Data from: Genomic response to selection for predatory behavior in a mammalian model of adaptive radiation

Mateusz Konczal, Paweł Koteja, Patrycja Orlowska-Feuer, Jacek Radwan, Edyta T. Sadowska & Wieslaw Babik
If genetic architectures of various quantitative traits are similar, as studies on model organisms suggest, comparable selection pressures should produce similar molecular patterns for various traits. To test this prediction, we used a laboratory model of vertebrate adaptive radiation to investigate the genetic basis of the response to selection for predatory behavior and compare it with evolution of aerobic capacity reported in an earlier work. After 13 generations of selection, the proportion of bank voles...
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