Data from: Natural selection and outbreeding depression suggest adaptive differentiation in the invasive range of a clonal plant

Pauline Oliveira Pantoja, Charles Eliot Timothy Paine & Mario Vallejo-Marin
Analyses of phenotypic selection and demography in field populations are powerful ways to establishing the potential role of natural selection in shaping evolution during biological invasions. Here we use experimental F2 crosses between native and introduced populations of Mimulus guttatus to estimate the pattern of natural selection in part of its introduced range, and to seek evidence of outbreeding depression of colonists. The F2s combined the genome of an introduced population with the genome of...
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