Data from: Signatures of selection in mammalian clock genes with coding trinucleotide repeats: implications for studying the genomics of high-pace adaptation

Melanie B. Prentice, Jeff Bowman, Jillian L. Lalor, Michelle M. McKay, Lindsay A. Thomson, Cristen M. Watt, Andrew G. McAdam, Dennis L. Murray & Paul J. Wilson
Climate change is predicted to affect the reproductive ecology of wildlife; however, we have yet to understand if and how species can adapt to the rapid pace of change. Clock genes are functional genes likely critical for adaptation to shifting seasonal conditions through shifts in timing cues. Many of these genes contain coding trinucleotide repeats, which offer the potential for higher rates of change than single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) at coding sites, and, thus, may...
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