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Data from: The genomic consequences of adaptive divergence and reproductive isolation between species of manakins

Thomas L. Parchman, Zachariah Gompert, Michael J. Braun, Robb T. Brumfield, D. B. McDonald, J. Albert C. Uy, G. Zhang, Erich D. Jarvis, B. A. Schlinger & C. A. Buerkle
The processes of adaptation and speciation are expected to shape genomic variation within and between diverging species. Here we analyze genomic heterogeneity of genetic differentiation and introgression in a hybrid zone between two bird species (Manacus candei and M. vitellinus) using 59 100 SNPs, a whole genome assembly, and Bayesian models. Measures of genetic differentiation (inline image) and introgression (genomic cline center [α] and rate [β]) were highly heterogeneous among loci. We identified thousands of...

Data from: Medial pith cells per meter in twigs as a proxy for mitotic growth rate (Phi/m) in the apical meristem

Douglas G. Scofield
The Φ model for plant mating system evolution proposes a causal link between Φ, the number of mitoses that occur within a plant’s lifetime from zygote to gamete production, and constraints on the evolution of inbreeding depression and thereby on the evolution of plant mating systems. Through its use of plant stature, the Φ model emphasizes the important role of morphology in creating developmental and genetic constraints on plant evolution. However, the estimation of Φ...

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