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Data from: Hybridization and invasion: an experimental test with diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa Lam.)

Amy C Blair, Dana Blumenthal & Ruth A Hufbauer
A number of studies have suggested a link between hybridization and invasion. In this study, we experimentally test the potential for hybridization to influence invasion through a greenhouse common garden study. Diffuse knapweed (Centaurea diffusa Lam.) was introduced to North America with admixture from spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe subsp. stoebe L.). Comparisons between North American diffuse knapweed (including hybrid phenotypes) and native (European) diffuse knapweed in a common garden did not reveal enhanced performance or...

BAP_21

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Baskura Peninsula (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

CS_10.0

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Cape Sabler (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

CS_10.3

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Cape Sabler (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

FI_5

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from: site Federov Islands (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

ORV_2.8

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from permafrost sediments: site Ovrazhny Peninsula (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

UTRD_4.4

Tina Jørgensen, James Haile, Per Möller, Andrei Andreev, Sanne Boessenkool, Morten Rasmussen, Frank Kienast, Eric Coissac, Pierre Taberlet, Christian Brochmann, Nancy H. Bigelow, Kenneth Andersen, Ludovic Orlando, M. Thomas P. Gilbert & Eske Willerslev
DNA sequences from permafrost sediments: site Upper Taymyr River delta (Taymyr Peninsula). Sequenced on the Roche GS FLX DNA sequencing platform.

Data from: Nonspecific PCR amplification by high-fidelity polymerases: implications for next-generation sequencing of AFLP markers.

Alan Brelsford, Hélène Collin, Nicolas Perrin & Luca Fumagalli
High-fidelity “proofreading” polymerases are often used in library construction for next-generation sequencing projects, in an effort to minimize errors in the resulting sequence data. The increased template fidelity of these polymerases can come at the cost of reduced template specificity, and library preparation methods based on the AFLP technique may be particularly susceptible. Here, we compare AFLP profiles generated with standard Taq and two versions of a high-fidelity polymerase. We find that Taq produces fewer...

FishPeakHeight

Alan Brelsford, Hélène Collin, Nicolas Perrin & Luca Fumagalli
Peak height in Relative Fluorescent Units (RFU) calculated by Genemapper from ABI sequencer chromatograms for European minnow samples. Each column labelled "Peak X bp" is an AFLP locus with a fragment length of X base pairs. In the column "Polymerase", "PHU" refers to Phusion, "HOT" to Phusion Hot Start II, and "TAQ" to standard Taq polymerase.

Data from: Convergence and non-convergence in ecological, phenotypic, and genetic divergence across replicate population pairs of lake and stream stickleback

Renaud Kaeuffer, Catherine Lynn Peichel, Daniel I. Bolnick & Andrew P. Hendry
Convergent (or parallel) evolution provides strong evidence for a deterministic role of natural selection: similar phenotypes evolve when independent populations colonize similar environments. In reality, however, independent populations in similar environments always show some differences: some non-convergent evolution is present. It is therefore important to explicitly quantify the convergent and non-convergent aspects of trait variation, and to investigate the ecological and genetic explanations for each. We performed such an analysis for threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus)...

Dryad_data_ddh

David D Huff, Loren M Miller, Christopher J Chizinski & Bruce Vondracek
Microsatellite alleles, weight, and length for slimy sculpins collected and used in this study.

Data from: Detection of outlier loci and their utility for fisheries management

Michael A Russello, Stephanie L Kirk, Karen K Frazer & Paul J Askey
Genetics-based approaches have informed fisheries management for decades, yet remain challenging to implement within systems involving recently diverged stocks or where gene flow persists. In such cases, genetic markers exhibiting locus-specific (“outlier”) effects associated with divergent selection may provide promising alternatives to loci that reflect genome-wide (“neutral”) effects for guiding fisheries management. Okanagan Lake kokanee (Oncorhynchus nerka), a fishery of conservation concern, exhibits two sympatric ecotypes adapted to different reproductive environments, however, previous research demonstrated...

Data from: Determinants of hierarchical genetic structure in Atlantic salmon populations: environmental factors vs. anthropogenic influences

Charles Perrier, René Guyomard, Jean-Luc Baglinière & Guillaume Evanno
Disentangling the effects of natural environmental features and anthropogenic factors on the genetic structure of endangered populations is an important challenge for conservation biology. Here we investigated the combined influences of major environmental features and stocking with non-native fish on the genetic structure and local adaptation of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) populations. We used 17 microsatellite loci to genotype 975 individuals originating from 34 French rivers. Bayesian analyses revealed a hierarchical genetic structure into five...

ETFresultsto OLI_new-2

Patrick A Venail, Nicolas Mouquet, Oliver Kaltz, Isabelle Olivieri & Thomas Pommier
Complete data set for analyisis of Inconsistency and Genotypic variance

Rhizobium AFLP similarity matrix

Janina Österman, Elena P. Chizhevskaja, Evgeny E. Andronov, David P. Fewer, Zewdu Terefework, Marina L. Roumiantseva, Olga P. Onichtchouk, Aneta Dresler-Nurmi, Boris V. Simarov, Nikolay I. Dzyubenko & Kristina Lindstrom
The similarity matrix obtained from the BioNumerics analysis of the Rhizobium galegae AFLP data.

Data from: The effect of deleterious mutations and age on recombination in Drosophila melanogaster

Katherine Tedman-Aucoin & Aneil F. Agrawal
At the population level, recombination mediates the efficiency with which selection can eliminate deleterious mutations. At the individual level, deleterious alleles may influence recombination, which would change the rate at which linkage disequilibrium is eroded and thereby alter the efficiency with which deleterious alleles are purged. Here we test whether the presence of a deleterious allele on one autosome affects recombination on another autosome. We find that deleterious alleles not only alter the rate but...

microsat genotypes

Robin Hopkins, Donald A. Levin & Mark D Rausher
This file contains the microsatellite lengths for each individual at each of the 9 loci. Population number and name are indicated in the left columns.

Table of collection localities and GenBank accession numbers

Scott M. Shreve, Edward L. Mockford & Kevin P. Johnson
Table detailing collection locality and GenBank accession numbers for 12S and ND-5 sequences. "Specimen Code" column consists of the first two letters of the genus name, first three letters of the species name, and the date of DNA extraction. ID is tied to a voucher specimen.

Ptelea09indivdata

Kasey D Fowler-Finn & Rafael Lucas Rodríguez

Data from: Investigating the allelic evolution of an imperfect microsatellite locus in the Hawaiian mushroom Rhodocollybia laulaha

Matthew R Keirle, Peter G Avis, Kevin A Feldheim, Don E Hemmes & Gregory M Mueller
The evolutionary mechanisms that give rise to microsatellite alleles remain poorly understood in general and are especially understudied for fungal microsatellite loci. The unusual G28 microsatellite locus was developed from the Hawaiian mushroom Rhodocollybia laulaha. Here we employ a novel approach to test for allele size homoplasy and examine competing mechanistic models of microsatellite evolution in the context of biogeographic expectations for this locus based on Hawaiian geologic history. Seven G28 alleles have been identified...

Figure 4a-Association epistasis robustness

Javier Macía, Ricard V. Solé & Santiago F. Elena
Association between epistasis and robustness for evolved networks with and without feedback loops.

Figure 4b-Association complexity robustness

Javier Macía, Ricard V. Solé & Santiago F. Elena
Association between complexity and robustness for evolved genetic networks with or without feedback loops.

Data from: Temporal population-genetic structure of eastern mosquitofish in a dynamic aquatic landscape

Thomas C McElroy, Karen L Kandl & Joel C Trexler
We analyzed the effect of periodic drying in the Florida Everglades on spatio-temporal population genetic structure of eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki). Severe periodic drying events force individuals from disparate sources to mix in dry-season relatively deep-water refuges. In 1996 (a wet year) and 1999 (a dry year), we sampled mosquitofish at 20 dry-season refuges distributed in three water-management regions and characterized genetic variation for 10 allozyme and 3 microsatellite loci. In 1996, most of the...

Additional Information Data_Dryad

Thomas C McElroy, Karen L Kandl & Joel C Trexler
This Excel file contains the site information including hydrological, management area, and latitude and longitude information.

Data from: Quantifying effects of environmental and geographical factors on patterns of genetic differentiation

Cheng-Ruei Lee & Thomas Mitchell-Olds
Elucidating the factors influencing genetic differentiation is an important task in biology, and the relative contribution from natural selection and genetic drift has long been debated. In this study, we used a regression-based approach to simultaneously estimate the quantitative contributions of environmental adaptation and isolation by distance on genetic variation in Boechera stricta, a wild relative of Arabidopsis. Patterns of discrete and continuous genetic differentiation coexist within this species. For the discrete differentiation between two...

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