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1. Data from: Characterizing the reproductive transcriptomic correlates of acute dehydration in males in the desert-adapted rodent, Peromyscus eremicus

2019. Kordonowy, Lauren and MacManes, Matthew. Background: The understanding of genomic and physiological mechanisms related to how organisms living in extreme environments survive and reproduce... BMC Genomics.

2. Data from: Genotyping by sequencing and genome–environment associations in wild common bean predict widespread divergent adaptation to drought

2019. Cortés, Andrés J. and Blair, Matthew W. Drought will reduce global crop production by >10% in 2050 substantially worsening global malnutrition. Breeding for resistance to drought will req... Frontiers in Plant Science. University of Gothenburg and Tennessee State University.

3. Data from: A comparative analysis of the mechanisms underlying speciation on Lord Howe Island

2019. Papadopulos, Alexander S. T., Price, Zuzana, Devaux, Celine, Hipperson, Helen, Smadja, Carole M., Hutton, Ian, Baker, William J., Butlin, Roger K., Savolainen, Vincent, Price, Z., Hipperson, H., Butlin, R. K., and Baker, W. J. On Lord Howe Island, speciation is thought to have taken place in situ in a diverse array of distantly related plant taxa (Metrosideros, Howea and ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Imperial College London, University of Sheffield, and Royal Botanic Gardens.

4. Data from: A facultative endosymbiont in aphids can provide diverse ecological benefits

2019. Heyworth, Eleanor R., Ferrari, Julia, Heyworth, E. R., and Ferrari, J. Ecologically important traits of insects are often affected by facultative bacterial endosymbionts. This is best studied in the pea aphid Acyrthosi... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of York.

5. Data from: A framework for estimating the fixation time of an advantageous allele in stepping-stone models

2019. Hartfield, Matthew. Determining how population subdivision increases the fixation time of an advantageous allele is an important problem in evolutionary genetics as th... Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

6. Data from: A general model for estimating macroevolutionary landscapes

2019. Boucher, Florian C., Démery, Vincent, Conti, Elena, Harmon, Luke J., Uyeda, Josef, Harmon, Luke J, and Boucher, Florian C. The evolution of quantitative characters over long timescales is often studied using stochastic diffusion models. The current toolbox available to ... Systematic Biology. Wageningen University & Research, University of Zurich, University of Idaho, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, and Stellenbosch University.

7. Data from: A genetics-based approach confirms immune associations with life history across multiple populations of an aquatic vertebrate (Gasterosteus aculeatus)

2019. Whiting, James R., Magalhaes, Isabel S., Singkam, Abdul R., Robertson, Shaun, D'Agostino, Daniele, Bradley, Janette E., MacColl, Andrew D.C., and MacColl, Andrew D. C. Understanding how wild immune variation covaries with other traits can reveal how costs and trade-offs shape immune evolution in the wild. Divergen... Molecular Ecology. University of Nottingham, University of Sussex, University of Roehampton, University of Bengkulu, and University of Glasgow.

8. Data from: A genome scan for selection signatures comparing farmed Atlantic salmon with two wild populations: testing co-localization among outlier markers, candidate genes, and QTLs for production traits

2019. Liu, Lei, Ang, Keng Pee, Elliott, J. A. K., Kent, Matthew Peter, Lien, Sigbjørn, MacDonald, Danielle, and Boulding, Elizabeth Grace. Comparative genome scans can be used to identify chromosome regions, but not traits, that are putatively under selection. Identification of targete... Evolutionary Applications. University of Guelph, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

9. Data from: A genomic island linked to ecotype divergence in Atlantic cod

2019. Hemmer-Hansen, Jakob, Nielsen, Einar E., Therkildsen, Nina O., Taylor, Martin I., Ogden, Rob, Geffen, Audrey J., Bekkevold, Dorte, Helyar, Sarah, Pampoulie, Christophe, Johansen, Torild, and Carvalho, Gary R. The genomic architecture underlying ecological divergence and ecological speciation with gene flow is still largely unknown for most organisms. One... Molecular Ecology. Technical University of Denmark, University of East Anglia, Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, University of Bergen, Marine Research Institute, and Bangor University.

10. Data from: A high density SNP chip for genotyping great tit (Parus major) populations and its application to studying the genetic architecture of exploration behaviour

2019. Kim, Jun-Mo, Santure, Anna W., Barton, Henry J., Quinn, John L., Cole, Eleanor F., Visser, Marcel E., Sheldon, Ben C., Groenen, Martien A.M., van Oers, Kees, Slate, Jon, Santure, A. W., Kim, J.-M., Barton, H. J., Slate, J., Visser, M. E., van Oers, K., Quinn, J. L., Cole, E. F., and Sheldon, B. C. High density SNP microarrays (‘SNP chips’) are a rapid, accurate and efficient method for genotyping several hundred thousand polymorphisms in larg... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Auckland, University of Sheffield, Chung-Ang University, Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie, University College Cork, and University of Oxford.