Data from: Genome-wide association genetics of an adaptive trait in lodgepole pine

Thomas L. Parchman, Zachariah Gompert, Craig W. Benkman, Faye D. Schilkey, Joann Mudge & C. Alex Buerkle
Pine cones that remain closed and retain seeds until fire causes the cones to open (cone serotiny) represent a key adaptive trait in a variety of pine species. In lodgepole pine, there is substantial geographic variation in serotiny across the Rocky Mountain region. This variation in serotiny has evolved as a result of geographically divergent selection, with consequences that extend to forest communities and ecosystems. An understanding of the genetic architecture of this trait is...
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