Data from: Genome assembly improvement and mapping convergently evolved skeletal traits in sticklebacks with genotyping-by-sequencing

Andrew M. Glazer, Emily E. Killingbeck, Therese Mitros, Daniel S. Rokhsar & Craig T. Miller
Marine populations of the threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) have repeatedly colonized and rapidly adapted to freshwater habitats, providing a powerful system to map the genetic architecture of evolved traits. Here, we developed and applied a binned genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) method to build dense genome-wide linkage maps of sticklebacks using two large marine by freshwater F2 crosses of more than 350 fish each. The resulting linkage maps significantly improve the genome assembly by anchoring 78 new scaffolds...
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