Data from: Empowering conservation practice with efficient and economical genotyping from poor quality samples

Meghana Natesh, Ryan W. Taylor, Nathan Truelove, Elizabeth A. Hadly, Stephen Palumbi, Dmitri Petrov & Uma Ramakrishnan
1. Moderate to high density genotyping (100+ SNPs) is widely used to determine and measure individual identity, relatedness, fitness, population structure and migration in wild populations. 2. However, these important tools are difficult to apply when high-quality genetic material is unavailable. Most genomic tools are developed for high quality DNA sources from lab or medical settings. As a result, most genetic data from market or field settings is limited to easily-amplified mitochondrial DNA or a...
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