Data from: Detecting small-scale genotype-environment interactions in apomictic dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) populations

Kylie A. McLeod, Moira Scascitelli & Mark Vellend
Studies of genotype × environment interactions (G×E) and local adaptation provide critical tests of natural selection’s ability to counter opposing forces such as gene flow. Such studies may be greatly facilitated in asexual species, given the possibility for experimental replication at the level of true genotypes (rather than populations) and the possibility of using molecular markers to assess genotype-environment associations in the field (neither of which is possible for most sexual species). Here we tested...
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