Inference of mating patterns among wild snapdragons in a natural hybrid zone in 2012

D. Field, T. Ellis, Inference of Mating Patterns among Wild Snapdragons in a Natural Hybrid Zone in 2012, IST Austria, 2016.

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Genotypic, phenotypic and demographic data for 2128 wild snapdragons and 1127 open-pollinated progeny from a natural hybrid zone, collected as part of Tom Ellis' PhD thesis (submitted) February 2016). Tissue samples were sent to LGC Genomics in Berlin for DNA extraction, and genotyping at 70 SNP markers by KASPR genotyping. 29 of these SNPs failed to amplify reliably, and have been removed from this dataset. Other data were retreived from an online database of this population at www.antspec.org.
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Field D, Ellis T. Inference of Mating Patterns among Wild Snapdragons in a Natural Hybrid Zone in 2012. IST Austria; 2016. doi:10.15479/AT:ISTA:37
Field, D., & Ellis, T. (2016). Inference of mating patterns among wild snapdragons in a natural hybrid zone in 2012. IST Austria. https://doi.org/10.15479/AT:ISTA:37
Field, David, and Thomas Ellis. Inference of Mating Patterns among Wild Snapdragons in a Natural Hybrid Zone in 2012. IST Austria, 2016. https://doi.org/10.15479/AT:ISTA:37.
D. Field and T. Ellis, Inference of mating patterns among wild snapdragons in a natural hybrid zone in 2012. IST Austria, 2016.
Field D, Ellis T. 2016. Inference of mating patterns among wild snapdragons in a natural hybrid zone in 2012, IST Austria,p.
Field, David, and Thomas Ellis. Inference of Mating Patterns among Wild Snapdragons in a Natural Hybrid Zone in 2012. IST Austria, 2016, doi:10.15479/AT:ISTA:37.
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