Data from: Loci under selection during multiple range expansions of an invasive plant are mostly population-specific, but patterns are associated with climate

Rafael D. Zenni & Sean M. Hoban
Identifying the genes underlying rapid evolutionary changes, describing their function and ascertaining the environmental pressures that determine fitness are the central elements needed for understanding of evolutionary processes and phenotypic changes that improve the fitness of populations. It has been hypothesized that rapid adaptive changes in new environments may contribute to the rapid spread and success of invasive plants and animals. As yet, studies of adaptation during invasion are scarce, as is knowledge of the...
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