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MAP_alignment_of_complete_dataset

Villu Soon & Urmas Saarma

Taiwan_Indonesia_AFLP data_for_publication

Te-Hua Hsu, Yudha Trinoegraha Adiputra & Jin-Chywan Gwo
AFLP binary data

TotalPonyfishMolEcol65_Simple

Prosanta Chakrabarty, Matthew P Davis, W. Leo Smith, Zachary H Baldwin, John S Sparks, Prosanta Chakrabarty, Matthew P Davis, W. Leo Smith, Zachary H Baldwin & John S Sparks
Nexus file of genetic data

Data from: Molecular profiling of diatom assemblages in tropical lake sediments using taxon-specific PCR and Denaturing High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (PCR-DHPLC)

Laura S Epp, Kathleen R Stoof-Leichsenring, Martin H Trauth & Ralph Tiedemann
Here we present a protocol to genetically detect diatoms in sediments of the Kenyan tropical Lake Naivasha, based on taxon-specific PCR amplification of short fragments (approx. 100 bp) of the small subunit ribosomal (SSU) gene and subsequent separation of species-specific PCR products by PCR-based DHPLC. An evaluation of amplicons differing in primer specificity to diatoms and length of the fragments amplified demonstrated that the number of different diatom sequence types detected after cloning of the...

Results_Cloning_DHPLC_GenbankAcc

Laura S Epp, Kathleen R Stoof-Leichsenring, Martin H Trauth, Ralph Tiedemann, Laura S Epp, Kathleen R Stoof-Leichsenring, Martin H Trauth & Ralph Tiedemann
This table includes results from cloning and direct sequencing after DHPLC collection, along with the Genbank accession numbers of the retrieved sequences. Reference is made to Figure 3 in the paper.

Dloop_aell_grivesamplingsites

Nicole Weyeneth, Manuel Ruedi, Nicole Weyeneth & Manuel Ruedi
Description of haplotype sequences and haplotype composition of each sampled population

Dloop_aell_grivesamplingsites

Nicole Weyeneth, Steven M Goodman, Belinda Appleton, Rebecca Wood, Manuel Ruedi, Nicole Weyeneth, Steven M Goodman, Belinda Appleton, Rebecca Wood & Manuel Ruedi
break-down of haplotype composition of each population, in arlequin format

Data from: Age-specific breeding success in a wild mammalian population: selection, constraint, restraint, and senescence

Hannah L Dugdale, Lisa C Pope, Chris Newman, David W Macdonald & Terry Burke
The Selection, Constraint, Restraint, and Senescence Hypotheses predict how breeding success should vary with age. The Selection Hypothesis predicts between-individual variation arising from quality differences; the other hypotheses predict within-individual variation due to differing skills or physiological condition (Constraint), residual reproductive lifespan (Restraint), or somatic and reproductive investment (Senescence). Studies tend to focus on either the initial increase in breeding success or later decrease; however, both require consideration when unravelling the underlying evolutionary processes. Additionally,...

ST2 3 & 4

Carlos Driscoll, Nobuyuki Yamaguchi, Stephen J O’Brien & David W Macdonald
Supplementary Table 2: Mitochondrial sequence alignment showing variable sites. Supplementary Table 3: Synopsis alignment of Felis silvestris phylogenetically informative mitochondrial sites. Supplementary Table 4: Primer sequences for mitochondrial amplification of F. silvestris ssp. informative sites.

Data from: Successful carnivore identification with faecal DNA across a fragmented Amazonian landscape

Fernanda Michalski, Fernanda Pedone Valdez, Darren Norris, Chris Zieminski, Cyntia Kayo Kashivakura, Cristine S. Trinca, Heath B. Smith, Carly Vynne, Samuel K. Wasser, Jean Paul Metzger & Eduardo Eizirik
The use of scat surveys to obtain DNA has been well documented in temperate areas, where DNA preservation may be more effective than in tropical forests. Samples obtained in the tropics are often exposed to high humidity, warm temperatures, frequent rain, and intense sunlight, all of which can rapidly degrade DNA. Despite these potential problems, we demonstrate successful DNA amplification and sequencing for faeces of carnivores collected in tropical conditions and quantify how sample condition...

genotypes for Aox27

Christian T. Smith, R. John Nelson, Susan Pollard, Emily Rubidge, Sheldon J. McKay, Jeff Rodzen, Bernie May & Ben Koop
Tetraploid genotypes for the locus Aox27

Data from: Population genetic analysis of white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) in the Fraser River

Christian T. Smith, R. John Nelson, Susan Pollard, Emily Rubidge, Sheldon J. McKay, Jeff Rodzen, Bernie May & Ben Koop
White sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) in the Fraser River are listed as imperiled (the second highest possible rating) by the British Columbia Conservation Data Centre. A difficulty in trying to protect this species in the Fraser River and elsewhere is the lack of knowledge regarding their population biology. Variation in the mitochondrial DNA control region and at four microsatellite loci was examined in order to characterize white sturgeon samples from throughout the Fraser River mainstem and...

deme-stats

Vincent A. Formica, Joel W. McGlothlin, Corlett Wolfe Wood, Malcolm E. Augat, R. Eileen Butterfield, Mollie E. Barnard &
Data used to generate Figure 3 and related statistics. Data collected from the wild and managed with JMP V.7

Data from: Random interbreeding between cryptic lineages of the Common Raven: evidence for speciation in reverse

William C Webb, John M Marzluff & Kevin E Omland
DNA sequence studies frequently reveal evidence of cryptic lineages in morphologically uniform species, many of which turn out to be evolutionarily distinct species. The Common Raven (Corvus corax) includes two deeply divergent mtDNA lineages: one lineage seems restricted to western North America and the other is Holarctic in distribution. These deep clades hint of the possibility of cryptic species in the western United States. We tested this hypothesis in a population consisting of an equal...

Data from: Separated by sand, fused by dropping water: habitat barriers and fluctuating water levels steer the evolution of rock-dwelling cichlid populations in Lake Tanganyika

Stephan Koblmüller, Walter Salzburger, Beate Obermüller, Eva Eigner, Christian Sturmbauer & Kristina M Sefc
The conditions of phenotypic and genetic population differentiation allow inferences about the evolution, preservation and loss of biological diversity. In Lake Tanganyika, water level fluctuations are assumed to have had a major impact on the evolution of stenotopic littoral species, though this hypothesis has not been specifically examined so far. The present study investigates whether subtly differentiated color patterns of adjacent Tropheus moorii populations are maintained in isolation or in the face of continuous gene...

Data from: Monotreme ossification sequences and the riddle of mammalian skeletal development

Vera Weisbecker
The developmental differences between marsupials, placentals and monotremes are thought to be reflected in differing patterns of postcranial development and diversity. However, developmental polarities remain obscured by the rarity of monotreme data. Here I present the first postcranial ossification sequences of the monotreme echidna and platypus, and compare these with published data from other mammals and amniotes. Strikingly, monotreme stylopodia (humerus, femur) ossify after the more distal zeugopodia (radius/ulna, tibia/fibula), resembling only the European mole...

Felidae Cranial data

Julie Meachen-Samuels & Blaire Van Valkenburgh
Cranial and dental data from 35 species of wild felids.

Genotyping_HapSTRs

Michael D Sorenson & Jeffrey M DaCosta
Archive of sequence electropherograms and Sequencher file with examples of genotyping HapSTR loci.

Gahnia trifida

Michael G Gardner, Alison J Fitch, Terry Bertozzi & Andrew J Lowe
Shotgun data (in FASTA format) from Roche 454 titanium GS-FLX machine

Drymodes brunneopygia

Michael G Gardner, Alison J Fitch, Terry Bertozzi & Andrew J Lowe
Shotgun data (in FASTA format) from Roche 454 titanium GS-FLX machine

convert input3SNP

Christian T. Smith, Lisa W. Seeb, Christian T. Smith & Lisa W. Seeb
Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotype data in CONVERT format. Includes all loci in raw format.

Gehyra lazolli

Michael G Gardner, Alison J Fitch, Terry Bertozzi & Andrew J Lowe
Shotgun data (in FASTA format) from Roche 454 titanium GS-FLX machine

Podocapus lawrencei

Michael G Gardner, Alison J Fitch, Terry Bertozzi & Andrew J Lowe
Shotgun data (in FASTA format) from Roche 454 titanium GS-FLX machine

Cristiceps australis

Michael G Gardner, Alison J Fitch, Terry Bertozzi & Andrew J Lowe
Shotgun data (in FASTA format) from Roche 454 titanium GS-FLX machine

Aquila audax

Michael G Gardner, Alison J Fitch, Terry Bertozzi & Andrew J Lowe
Shotgun data (in FASTA format) from Roche 454 titanium GS-FLX machine

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  • French National Centre for Scientific Research
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  • Duke University
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  • University of British Columbia
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  • The University of Texas at Austin
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  • Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
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  • University of Montpellier
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  • University of Sheffield
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  • University of Cambridge
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  • University of Oxford
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  • Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive
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