Data from: Recent non-hybrid origin of sunflower ecotypes in a novel habitat

Loren H. Rieseberg, Rose L. Andrew, Nolan C. Kane, Greg J. Baute & Christopher J. Grassa
The genomics of local adaptation is an increasingly active field, providing insights into the forces driving ecological speciation and the repeatability of evolution. Demography and gene flow play an important role in determining the paths by which parallel evolution occurs and the genomic signatures of adaptation. In the annual sunflowers, hybridization between species has repeatedly led to the colonization of extreme habitats, such as sand dunes. In a new case of adaptation to sand dunes...
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