Data from: Two extended haplotype blocks are associated with adaptation to high altitude habitats in East African honey bees

Andreas Wallberg, Caspar Schöning, Matthew T. Webster & Martin Hasselmann
Understanding the genetic basis of adaption is a central task in biology. Populations of the honey bee Apis mellifera that inhabit the mountain forests of East Africa differ in behavior and morphology from those inhabiting the surrounding lowland savannahs, which likely reflects adaptation to these habitats. We performed whole genome sequencing on 39 samples of highland and lowland bees from two pairs of populations to determine their evolutionary affinities and identify the genetic basis of...
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