Data from: Genetic architecture of quantitative flower and leaf traits in a pair of sympatric sister species of Primulina

Chen Feng, Chao Feng, Lihua Yang, Ming Kang & Mark D. Rausher
Flowers and leaves each represent suites of functionally interrelated traits that are often involved in species divergence and local adaptation. However, a major unresolved issue is how the individual component traits that make up a complex trait such as a flower evolve in a coordinated fashion to retain a high degree of functionality. We use a quantitative trait loci (QTL) approach to elucidate the genetic architecture of divergence in flower and leaf traits between sister...
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