Data from: Adaptation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to saline stress through laboratory evolution.

R. Dhar, R. Sägesser, C. Weikert, J. Yuan & A. Wagner
Most laboratory evolution studies that characterize evolutionary adaptation genomically focus on genetically simple traits that can be altered by one or few mutations. Such traits are important, but they are few compared with complex, polygenic traits influenced by many genes. We know much less about complex traits, and about the changes that occur in the genome and in gene expression during their evolutionary adaptation. Salt stress tolerance is such a trait. It is especially attractive...
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