Data from: Shared selective pressure and local genomic landscape lead to repeatable patterns of genomic divergence in sunflowers

Sebastien Renaut, Gregory L. Owens & Loren H. Rieseberg
The repeated evolution of traits in organisms facing similar environmental conditions is considered to be fundamental evidence for the role of natural selection in moulding phenotypes. Yet, aside from case studies of parallel evolution and its genetic basis, the repeatability of evolution at the level of the whole genome remains poorly characterized. Here, through the use of transcriptome sequencing, we examined genomic divergence for three pairs of sister species of sunflowers. Two of the pairs...
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