Data from: Genomic islands of divergence linked to ecotypic variation in sockeye salmon

Wesley A. Larson, Morten T. Limborg, Garrett J. McKinney, Daniel E. Schindler, Jim E. Seeb, Lisa W. Seeb & James E. Seeb
Regions of the genome displaying elevated differentiation (genomic islands of divergence) are thought to play an important role in local adaptation, especially in populations experiencing high gene flow. However, the characteristics of these islands as well as the functional significance of genes located within them remain largely unknown. Here, we used data from thousands of SNPs aligned to a linkage map to investigate genomic islands of divergence in three ecotypes of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)...
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