Data from: Habitat fragmentation differentially shapes neutral and immune gene variation in a tropical bird species

Antoine Perrin, Aurélie Khimoun, Bruno Faivre, Anthony Ollivier, Nyls De Pracontal, Franck Théron, Maxime Loubon, Gilles Leblond, Olivier Duron & Stéphane Garnier
Habitat fragmentation is a major cause of biodiversity loss, responsible for an alteration of intraspecific patterns of neutral genetic diversity and structure. Although neutral genetic variation can be informative for demographic inferences, it may be a poor predictor of adaptive genetic diversity and thus of the consequences of habitat fragmentation on selective evolutionary processes. In this context, we contrasted patterns of genetic diversity and structure of neutral loci (microsatellites) and immune genes (i.e., toll-like receptors)...
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