Data from: Natural variation in GL1 and its effects on trichome density in Arabidopsis thaliana

Rebecca H. Bloomer, Thomas E. Juenger & Vaughan V. Symonds
The ultimate understanding of how biological diversity arises, is maintained, and lost depends on identifying the genes responsible. Although a good deal has been discovered about gene function over the past few decades, far less is understood about gene effects; i.e., how natural variation in a gene contributes to natural variation in phenotypes. Trichome density in Arabidopsis thaliana is an ideal trait for studies of natural molecular and phenotypic variation, as trichome initiation is genetically...
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