Data from: Development and characterization of 15 polymorphic di-nucleotide microsatellite markers for tule elk using HiSeq3000Benjamin N. Sacks, Zachary T. Lounsberry, Tatyana Kalani, Erin P. Meredith & Cristen Langner
The tule elk (Cervus elaphus nannodes) experienced a severe bottleneck in the 1800s, resulting in low genetic diversity. There is a need for high-resolution genetic assays that can be used to differentiate individual elk, including close relatives, with high confidence. An efficient assay requires multiple markers both polymorphic and that can be amplified in concert with other markers in multiplex reactions. To develop such markers, we employed 150-bp paired-end whole genome shotgun sequencing on an...
Oxygen consumption before hatching of fish embryos as a function of egg sizeThis dataset contains information on the size (radius and volume), experimental temperature, and oxygen consumption rate (micrograms O2/hr) of embryos of 14 species of fish measure before hatching.NfuncRdatabaseFinalTableDRYAD.csv