Data from: What causes mating system shifts in plants? Arabidopsis lyrata as a case study

Barbara K. Mable, Joerg Hagmann, Sang-Tae Kim, Aileen Adam, Elizabeth Kilbride, Detlef Weigel & Marc Stift
The genetic breakdown of self-incompatibility (SI) and subsequent mating system shifts to inbreeding has intrigued evolutionary geneticists for decades. Most of our knowledge is derived from interspecific comparisons between inbreeding species and their outcrossing relatives, where inferences may be confounded by secondary mutations that arose after the initial loss of SI. Here, we study an intraspecific breakdown of SI and its consequences in North American Arabidopsis lyrata to test whether: (1) particular S-locus haplotypes are...
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