Data from: The genetic architecture of a complex ecological trait: host plant use in the specialist moth, Heliothis subflexa

Sara Jane Oppenheim, Fred Gould & Keith Roderick Hopper
We used genetic mapping to examine the genetic architecture of differences in host plant use between two species of noctuid moths, Heliothis subflexa, a specialist on Physalis spp., and its close relative, the broad generalist H. virescens. We introgressed H. subflexa chromosomes into the H. virescens background and analyzed 1,462 backcross insects. The effects of H. subflexa-origin chromosomes were small when measured as the percent variation explained in backcross populations (0.2 to 5%), but were...
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