Data from: The genomic trajectory of hybrid swarms: outcomes of repeated crosses between populations of Tigriopus californicus

Victoria L. Pritchard & Suzanne Edmands
Introgressive hybridization between genetically divergent populations is an important evolutionary process. The degree to which repeated hybridization events between the same parental taxa lead to similar genomic outcomes is unknown. This study addressed this question by following genomic trajectories of replicate hybrid swarms of the copepod Tigriopus californicus over many generations of free mating. Swarm composition was determined both by differential reproductive success of founder individuals and subsequent selection on hybrid genotypes. For one cross,...
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