Supplemental data for article: DNA content variation and SNP diversity within a single population of asexual snails

Kara Million, Amrita Bhattacharya, Zoe Dinges, Sarah Montgomery, Eries Smith & Curtis Lively
A growing body of research suggests that many clonal populations maintain genetic diversity even without occasional sexual reproduction. The purpose of our study was to document variation in SNP diversity, DNA content, and pathogen susceptibility in clonal lineages of the New Zealand freshwater snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum. We studied snails that were collected from multiple field sites around a single lake (Lake Alexandrina), as well as isofemale clonal lineages that had been isolated and maintained in...
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