Supplementary material from "Epigenetic and genetic variation among three separate introductions of the house sparrow (Passer domesticus) into Australia"

E. L. Sheldon, A. Schrey, S. C. Andrew, A. Ragsdale & S. C. Griffith
Invasive populations are often associated with low levels of genetic diversity due to population bottlenecks at the initial stages of invasion. Despite this, the ability of invasive species to adapt rapidly in response to novel environments is well documented. Epigenetic mechanisms have recently been proposed to facilitate the success of invasive species by compensating for reduced levels of genetic variation. Here, we use MS-AFLP and microsatellite analyses to compare levels of epigenetic and genetic diversity...
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