Data from: Invasions of an obligate asexual daphnid species support the nearly neutral theory

Jotaro Urabe, Hajime Ohtsuki, Hiromoto Norimatsu & Takashi Makino
To verify the "nearly neutral theory (NNT)," the ratio of nonsynonymous to synonymous substitutions (dN/dS) was compared among populations of different species. To determine the validity of NNT, however, populations that are genetically isolated from each other but share the same selection agents and differ in size should be compared. Genetically different lineages of obligate asexual Daphnia pulex invading Japan from North America are an ideal example as they satisfy these prerequisites. Therefore, we analyzed...
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