The file contains genotype data at 117 SNP loci for 337 Chinook salmon from the following Chinook salmon populations: Feather River spring-run (FRHsp, N=94); Butte Creek spring-run (ButteSp, N=54); Central Valley fall-run (MokBattle, N=94); Klamath/Trinity River fall-run (N=48); Lower Columbia River spring-run (KalCow, N=47). Data is in a text file in the Genepop 2-digit format.
Describes observed SNPs from sequence alignments. Also included are genotype data from which descriptive statistics and FCA plots were created.
The data are microsatellite and SNP genotypes for two return years of sockeye salmon in A creek Genotypes are estimated fragment lengths for microsatellites, and bases for SNPs (1=A, 2=C, 3=G, 4=T) Missing data are 0 Individual identfication: first two letters are return year, followed by "A" for A creek, and an individual identified Parents are 04A, offspring are 08A Sex is provided for parents only ("m" = male, "f" = female)
Genotypic data from historical sockeye salmon scales representing harvests occurring in the Egegik Fishing District in Bristol Bay, AK in 1965. SNP genotypes were generated with Taqman Assays in Fluidigm 96.96 Dynamic Arrays that were read on a Fluidigm Biomark instrument.
The sample set consisted of 287 North Pacific sperm whale samples for which six hypervariable microsatellite loci and 36 SNP loci have been genotyped. Samples obtained between 1972 and 2007. Samples were collected from solitary or groups of free-ranging sperm whales by directed biopsy or the collection of sloughed skin during cetacean research surveys and also from dead animals stranded on beaches, floating dead at sea and from incidental fishery takes. Sample locations refer to...
Genotypic data from historical sockeye salmon scales representing harvests occurring in the Egegik Fishing District in Bristol Bay, AK in 1993. SNP genotypes were generated with Taqman Assays in Fluidigm 96.96 Dynamic Arrays that were read on a Fluidigm Biomark instrument.
This table contains taxonomic, size, and source information describing the largest known fossil plants, animals, protists, and prokaryotes in the fossil record. The prokaryote record covers only the Archaean and early Paleoproterozoic. The protist, animal, and vascular plant records cover all relevant geological periods from the Paleoproterozoic through the Neogene. See also http://bodysize.nescent.org.
primers used in study
annotated phenotype character matrix (tnt format)
DNA coding for cytochrome oxidase from mt
Genbank accessions for DNA segments
DNA coding for Histone H3
terminals file for poy analysis