Data from: Genome-wide association studies across environmental and genetic contexts reveal complex genetic architecture of symbiotic extended phenotypes

Rebecca Batstone, Hanna Lindgren, Cassandra Allsup, Laura Goralka, Alex Riley, Michael Grillo, Amy Marshall-Colon & Katy Heath
A goal of modern biology is to develop the genotype-phenotype (G→P) map, a predictive understanding of how genomic information generates trait variation that forms the basis of both natural and managed communities. As microbiome research advances, however, it has become clear that many of these traits are symbiotic extended phenotypes, being governed by genetic variation encoded not only by the host’s own genome, but also by the genomes of myriad cryptic symbionts. Building a reliable...
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