Data from: A cost-and-time effective procedure to develop SNP markers for multiple species: a support for community genetics

Chrystelle Delord, Gilles Lassalle, Adrien Oger, Dominique Barloy, Marie-Agnes Coutellec, Adline Delcamp, Guillaume Evanno, Clemence Genthon, Erwan Guichoux, Pierre-Yves Le Bail, Patricia Le Quilliec, Guillaume Longin, Olivier Lorvelec, Marie Massot, Elodie Reveillac, Raphaelle Rinaldo, Jean-Marc Roussel, Regis Vigouroux, Sophie Launey & Eric J. Petit
1.Multi‐species population genetics is an emerging field that provides insight relevant to conservation biology and community ecology. However, to date, this approach is limited to species with available genetic resources. The use of thousands of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers developed from recent genotyping‐by‐sequencing (GBS) technologies is a roadmap for the study of non‐model species, but remains cost prohibitive when several, distantly related species are involved. 2.We aimed to overcome this issue by using a...
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