Data from: Genome-wide scans detect adaptation to aridity in a widespread forest tree species.

Dorothy A. Steane, Brad M. Potts, Elizabeth McLean, Suzanne M. Prober, William D. Stock, René E. Vaillancourt & Margaret Byrne
Patterns of adaptive variation within plant species are best studied through common garden experiments, but these are costly and time-consuming, especially for trees that have long generation times. We explored whether genome-wide scanning technology combined with outlier marker detection could be used to detect adaptation to climate and provide an alternative to common garden experiments. As a case study, we sampled nine provenances of the widespread forest tree species, Eucalyptus tricarpa, across an aridity gradient...
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