Data from: Assessing the complex architecture of polygenic traits in diverged yeast populations

Francisco A Cubillos, Eleonora Billi, Enikö Zörgö, Leopold Parts, Patrick Fargier, Stig Omholt, Anders Blomberg, Jonas Warringer, Edward J Louis & Gianni Liti
Phenotypic variation arising from populations adapting to different niches has a complex underlying genetic architecture. A major challenge in modern biology is to identify the causative variants driving phenotypic variation. Recently the baker’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae has emerged as a powerful model for dissecting complex traits. However, past studies using a laboratory strain were unable to reveal the complete architecture of polygenic traits. Here, we present a linkage study using 576 recombinant strains obtained from...
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