Data from: Porcine colonization of the Americas: a 60k SNP story

M. Pérez-Enciso, William Burgos-Paz, Carla A. Souza, Hendrik Jan Megens, Yuliaxis Ramayo-Caldas, Maximo Melo, C. Lemús-Flores, Eduardo Caal, Henry W. Soto, Rodrigo Martínez, Luz A. Álvarez, Lenin Aguirre, Volga Iñiguez, M. A. Revidatti, O. R. Martínez-López, Silvia Llambi, Anna Esteve-Codina, M. C. Rodríguez, Richard P. M. A. Crooijmans, Samuel R. Paiva, Larry B. Schook & Martien A. M. Groenen
The pig, Sus scrofa, is a foreign species to the American continent. Although pigs originally introduced in the Americas should be related to those from the Iberian Peninsula and Canary islands, the phylogeny of current creole pigs that now populate the continent is likely to be very complex. Because of the extreme climates that America harbours, these populations also provide a unique example of a fast evolutionary phenomenon of adaptation. Here, we provide a genome...
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