Data from: How to escape from crop-to-weed gene flow: phenological variation and isolation-by-time within weedy sunflower populations

Marie Roumet, Camille Noilhan, Muriel Latreille, Jacques David, Marie-Hélène Muller & M.-H. Muller
The evolution of crop-related weeds may be constrained by recurrent gene flow from the crop. However, flowering time variation within weedy populations may open the way for weed adaptation by allowing some weeds to escape from this constraint. We investigated this link between phenology, gene flow and adaptation in weedy sunflower populations recently emerged in Europe from crop-wild hybridization. We studied jointly flowering phenology and genetic diversity for 15 microsatellite loci in six cultivated sunflower...
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