Data from: Genetic tradeoffs and conditional neutrality contribute to local adaptation

Jill T. Anderson, Cheng-Ruei Lee, Catherine A. Rushworth, Robert I. Colautti & Thomas Mitchell-Olds
Divergent natural selection promotes local adaptation and can lead to reproductive isolation of populations in contrasting environments; however, the genetic basis of local adaptation remains largely unresolved in natural populations. Local adaptation might result from antagonistic pleiotropy, where alternate alleles are favored in distinct habitats, and polymorphism is maintained by selection. Alternatively, under conditional neutrality some alleles may be favored in one environment but neutral at other locations. Antagonistic pleiotropy maintains genetic variation across the...
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