Data from: QTL mapping of freezing tolerance: links to fitness and adaptive trade-offs

Christopher G. Oakley, Jon Ågren, Rachel A. Atchison & Douglas W. Schemske
Local adaptation, defined as higher fitness of local vs. non-local genotypes, is commonly identified in reciprocal transplant experiments. Reciprocally adapted populations display fitness trade-offs across environments, but little is known about the traits and genes underlying fitness trade-offs in reciprocally adapted populations. We investigated the genetic basis and adaptive significance of freezing tolerance using locally adapted populations of Arabidopsis thaliana from Italy and Sweden. Previous reciprocal transplant studies of these populations indicated that sub-freezing temperature...
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