Data from: Evaluating population genomic candidate genes underlying flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana using T-DNA insertion lines

Veronica K. Chong & John R. Stinchcombe
Population genomic scans have emerged as a powerful tool to detect regions of the genome that are potential targets of selection. Despite the success of genomic scans in identifying novel lists of loci potentially underlying adaptation, few studies proceed to validate the function of these candidate genes. In this study, we used T-DNA insertion lines to evaluate the effects of 27 candidate genes on flowering time in North American accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana. We compared...
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