Data from: Intergametophytic selfing and microgeographic genetic structure shape populations of the intertidal red seaweed Chondrus crispus

Stacy A. Krueger-Hadfield, Denis Roze, Stephane Mauger & Myriam Valero
Understanding how abiotic factors influence the spatial distribution of genetic variation provides insight into microevolutionary processes. The intertidal seascape is characterized by highly heterogeneous habitats which probably influence the partitioning of genetic variation at very small scales. The effects of tidal height on genetic variation in both the haploid (gametophytes) and diploid (tetrasporophytes) stages of the red alga Chondrus crispus were studied. Fronds were sampled every 25 cm within a 5 m × 5 m...
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