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SNP matrices used for PCA STRUCTURE TREEMIX

Christopher Martin, Jacob Crawford, Bruce Turner & Lee Simons
plink and structure data formats with various filtering criteria.

dadi files for demographic analysis

Christopher Martin, Jacob Crawford, Bruce Turner & Lee Simons
fasta and plink files used for dadi analysis of divergence time.

Patuxent MSAP Matrices

Tracy Smith, Michael Martin, Michael Nguyen & Tamra Mendelson
Methylation susceptible (MS) and unmethylated (UM) matrices from five sampling locations in the Patuxent River.

Interspecific MSAP Matrices

Tracy Smith, Michael Martin, Michael Nguyen & Tamra Mendelson
Methylation susceptible (MS) and unmethylated (UM) matrices for eight species pairs used in the interspecific analyses.

Final Potomac Matrices

Tracy Smith, Michael Martin, Michael Nguyen & Tamra Mendelson
Methylation susceptible (MS) and unmethylated (UM) matrices from six sampling locations in the Potomac River.

Final Potomac Matrices

Tracy Smith, Michael Martin, Michael Nguyen & Tamra Mendelson
Methylation susceptible (MS) and unmethylated (UM) matrices from six sampling locations in the Potomac River.

RNA-seq expression count data for T. bifasciatum gonad

Erica Todd, Michael Black & Neil Gemmell
RNA-seq expression data for three male and three female bluehead wrasse (T. bifasciatum) gonad samples. Data is presented as a table of raw read counts per transcript (rows) in each sample (columns), processed in RSEM.

Experimental chambers

Simon C. Griffith, Enrico Sorato, Mark C. Mainwaring & Christa Beckmann
This file contains the temperature data for the experimental chambers used in the study. The column headings are all very self explanatory. Temperature is degrees C

Incubation length

Simon C. Griffith, Enrico Sorato, Mark C. Mainwaring & Christa Beckmann
This file contains the data regarding the incubation duration of clutches in the experimental treatment. Column headings are self-explanatory. The locations given in 'Colony' are all found in the Gap Hills area, as described in the paper.

Natural nests

Simon C. Griffith, Enrico Sorato, Mark C. Mainwaring & Christa Beckmann
This file contains the data that describes the variation in temperature for natural nests at Fowlers Gap with respect to environmental variables such as location, height and orientation as described in the paper

MorphLMswansArchive

Bart A. Nolet, Abel Gyimesi, Roderick R.D. Van Krimpen, Willem F. De Boer & Richard A. Stillman
(1) Count data of Bewick's swans at Lauwersmeer in autumns of 2005 - 2008; (2) Tuber sampling data in Lauwersmeer in autumns of 2005 - 2008; (3) Metadata water levels in Lauwersmeer and adjacent Wadden Sea in autumns of 2005 - 2008

Dahomey_Dryad

Jonci N. Wolff, Nicolas Pichaud, Maria F. Camus, Geneviève Côté, Pierre U. Blier & Damian K. Dowling

Sweden_Dryad

Jonci N. Wolff, Nicolas Pichaud, Maria F. Camus, Geneviève Côté, Pierre U. Blier & Damian K. Dowling

data_fig3A_suppfig1

William Palmer, Ana Duarte, Matthew Schrader, Jonathan Day, Rebecca Kilner & Francis Jiggins
Raw data from the paper

GO enrichment analyses in head kidney

Yun Huang, Frederic Chain, Mahesh Panchal, Christophe Eizaguirre, Martin Kalbe, Tobias Lenz, Irene Samonte, Monika Stoll, Erich Bornberg-Bauer, Thorsten B. Reusch, Manfred Milinski & Philine Feulner
Results of Gene Ontology (GO) enrichment analyses among DE genes in the head kidney.

ensembler_dataset-models-EPHA3-ERBB4

Daniel L. Parton, Patrick B. Grinaway, Sonya M. Hanson, Kyle A. Beauchamp & John D. Chodera

ensembler_dataset-models-ROR1-TYRO3

Daniel L. Parton, Patrick B. Grinaway, Sonya M. Hanson, Kyle A. Beauchamp & John D. Chodera

Data from: The evolution of highly variable immunity genes across a passerine bird radiation.

Emily O'Connor, Maria Strandh, Dennis Hasselquist, Jan-Åke Nilsson & Helena Westerdahl
To survive, individuals must be able to recognize and eliminate pathogens. The genes of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) play an essential role in this process in vertebrates as their diversity affects the repertoire of pathogens that can be recognized by the immune system. Emerging evidence suggests that birds within the parvorder Passerida possess an exceptionally high number of MHC genes. However, this has yet to be directly investigated using a consistent framework, and the...

HNalla_RV_454_Raw_20120507_1525_1_2

Emily O'Connor, Maria Strandh, Dennis Hasselquist, Jan-Åke Nilsson & Helena Westerdahl
Raw (unfiltered) 454 sequence data for Primer Pair 1. Demultiplexed using the software jMHC (2011).

Phylogenetic tree of species

Emily O'Connor, Maria Strandh, Dennis Hasselquist, Jan-Åke Nilsson & Helena Westerdahl
Maximum clade credibility tree summarising the phylogenetic relationships between the bird species studied (rooted using Gallus gallus).

All Spp Final Aligned Variants

Emily O'Connor, Maria Strandh, Dennis Hasselquist, Jan-Åke Nilsson & Helena Westerdahl
Alignment of all 536 alleles identified. Alignment performed manually using BioEdit V.7.2.5 Sequence Alignment Editor (Hall 1999). In FASTA format.

All Final Variants

Emily O'Connor, Maria Strandh, Dennis Hasselquist, Jan-Åke Nilsson & Helena Westerdahl
All variants found (unaligned) in FASTA format.

Data from: Zornia melanocarpa (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae, Dalbergieae), a new species from Serra do Espinhaço, Brazil, and its phylogenetic position in the genus

Ana Paula Fortuna-Perez, Mohammad Vatanparast, Elisa S. Cândido & Wanderleia De Vargas
Zornia melanocarpa , a new species of Leguminosae (Papilionoideae, Dalbergieae) from Serra do Espinhaço, Minas Gerais, Brazil, is described and illustrated. The species is characterized by black fruits with white hairs and an absence of bristles, characters unique within the genus. The species is morphologically similar to Z. crinita and Z. hebecarpa, but differs from both by having a shorter inflorescence of 1.2‐4 cm (vs. 10‐20 and 8‐20 cm in Z. crinita and Z. hebecarpa,...

Zorzia_melanocarpa_ITS

Ana Paula Fortuna-Perez, Mohammad Vatanparast, Cândido S. Elisa & Wanderleia De Vargas

Data from: Seed transmission of soybean vein necrosis virus: the first Tospovirus implicated in seed transmission

Carol Groves, Thomas German, Ranjit Dasgupta, Daren Mueller & Damon L. Smith
Soybean vein necrosis virus (SVNV; genus Tospovirus; Family Bunyaviridae) is a negative-sense single-stranded RNA virus that has been detected across the United States and in Ontario, Canada. In 2013, a seed lot of a commercial soybean variety (Glycine max) with a high percentage of discolored, deformed and undersized seed was obtained. A random sample of this seed was planted in a growth room under standard conditions. Germination was greater than 90% and the resulting seedlings...

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