3 research outputs found

    Genome-environment associations along elevation gradients in two snowbed species of the North-Eastern Calcareous Alps

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    In this pilot study we assessed the suitability of two alpine species,  Achillea clusiana and Campanula pulla, to serve as models for genetic  monitoring of climate change adaptation along an altitudinal gradient.  We identified loci under selection and correlated them with  environmental factors relevant in a climate change context. The data available with this figshare link: de novo assembled loci for Achillea clusiana and Campanula pulla, called variants, keyfile and a Supplemental Information file with detailed code used for analysing the data as well as a list of software and versions used in the study.</p

    Gallardo-Cruz et al DataBase

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    The data contained in this data base are from 250 plots (10 × 10 m) distributed across a tropical landscape in southern Mexico. The format is an Excel Book. Page 'Species richness' includes UTM (zone 15) coordinates of the sampling plots and six species-richness sets: all species, legume species, legume trees, legume shrubs, legume forbs and legume climbers. Page ‘Surface metrics’ contains the values for 24 surface metrics derived from a Quickbird satellite image. Page ‘Moving window metrics’ contains the values for 20 moving window metrics derived from a classified Quickbird image. Page ‘Metadata’ contains the full description for each variable