Data from: Antagonistic versus non-antagonistic models of balancing selection: characterizing the relative timescales and hitchhiking effects of partial selective sweeps

Tim Connallon & Andrew G. Clark
Antagonistically selected alleles-–those with opposing fitness effects between sexes, environments, or fitness components-–represent an important component of additive genetic variance in fitness-related traits, with stably balanced polymorphisms often hypothesized to contribute to observed quantitative genetic variation. Balancing selection hypotheses imply that intermediate-frequency alleles disproportionately contribute to genetic variance of life-history traits and fitness. Such alleles may also associate with population genetic footprints of recent selection, including reduced genetic diversity and inflated linkage disequilibrium at linked,...
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