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Data from: Extreme QTL mapping of germination speed in Arabidopsis thaliana

Wei Yuan, Jonathan M. Flowers, Dustin J. Sahraie, Ian M. Ehrenreich & Michael D. Purugganan
Seed germination is a key life history transition for annual plants and partly determines lifetime performance and fitness. Germination speed, the elapsed time for a nondormant seed to germinate, is a poorly understood trait important for plants’ competitiveness and fitness in fluctuating environments. Germination speed varied by 30% among 18 Arabidopsis thaliana populations measured, and exhibited weak negative correlation with flowering time and seed weight, with significant genotype effect (P < 0.005). To dissect the...

Data from: Diversification in wild populations of the model organism Anolis carolinensis: a genome-wide phylogeographic investigation

Joseph D. Manthey, Marc Tollis, Alan R. Lemmon, Emily Moriarty Lemmon & Stephane Boissinot
The green anole (Anolis carolinensis) is a lizard widespread throughout the southeastern United States and is a model organism for the study of reproductive behavior, physiology, neural biology, and genomics. Previous phylogeographic studies of A. carolinensis using mitochondrial DNA and small numbers of nuclear loci identified conflicting and poorly supported relationships among geographically structured clades; these inconsistencies preclude confident use of A. carolinensis evolutionary history in association with morphological, physiological, or reproductive biology studies among...

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