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Benoit Pujol; Juliette Archambeau; Aurore Bontemps; Mylène Lascoste; Sara Marin; Alexandre Meunier (2017)
Publisher: Zenodo
Type: dataset
Subjects: microsatelite, geographic coordinates, altitude, valleys

This dataset provides the raw data for the population genetic analyses for the article: "Mountain landscape connectivity and subspecies appurtenance shape genetic differentiation in natural plant populations of the snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus L.)" by Benoit Pujol; Juliette Archambeau; Aurore Bontemps; Mylène Lascoste; Sara Marin; and Alexandre Meunier found in the journal "Botany Letters", Vol 164 pp. 111-119 (DOI: 10.1080/23818107.2017.1310056).

Link to journal open access article: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/23818107.2017.1310056

Link to Zenodo article reporsitory: https://zenodo.org/record/801169

The datafile includes three data sheets:

Data, which contains for each plant : the name of the population, the name of the sampled individual, the subspecies, the latitude of the population, the longitude of the population, the altitudinal elevation of the population in meters, and the microsatellite genotype of each plant. Genotype data is recorded by locus (two columns for the two alleles at one locus). Locus name is found as the title of the column. The record for each allele is its allele size.

valleys 1 and valleys 2, which contains the association between populations and valleys following the two scenarios that we analyzed in the paper.

Microsatelite loci were developed during previous work: see the following paper for more details: Debout, G., E. Lhuillier, P.-J. Malé, B. Pujol, and C. Thébaud. 2012. Development and characterization of 24 polymorphic microsatellite loci in two Antirrhinum majus subspecies (Plantaginaceae) using pyrosequencing technology. Conservation Genetics Resources 4:75-79.

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