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    Supplementary Table 2 Primer sequences

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    Primer sequences used to amplify 60 microsatellites used to adjust for population structure during association analyses

    Supplementary Table 3 Polymorphism levels of markers

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    Polymorphism levels of markers used to test association of markers with the blue-eyed white phenotype. Markers 55270241 and KKDR3 were monomorphic and so not included in this table or further analyses

    Characteristics of Competitors in Natural Survivals

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    Title: Characteristics ofcompetitors in natural survivals Aim: This graduation paper brings a comprehensive overview about the sport branch "natural survival", its organization, structure and race character. The main aim is to :find the characteristics of a group of competitors, their preparation, equipment, way of living and specializations. Method: Research material for our graduation paper has been collected through: Results: Quantitative data collection - a questionnaire. Document analysis, analysis of written materials and websites - qualitative content analysis. Preparation ofcompetitors for these races is not speci:fic. Race attractiveness decides the most about the competitors' participation in individua! races, and race duration decides the least. It is possible to include these races for testing skills, abilities and team cooperation for common sports people with the doser relation to outdoor sports. Comparison of number of competitors in the last years has confinned that the number ofcompetitors has settled down. A new sport branch "natural survival" has been formed. Keywords: Natural survival, sociological research, competitors' preparation and equipment, communication. Strana

    Additional file 3: Figure S2. of Bone-associated gene evolution and the origin of flight in birds

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    Genomic location of bone-associated genes. The circular ideogram represents the genomic location of bone-associated genes in four of the studied species. Each end-line represents the location of the bone-associated genes. Blue indicates human chromosomes (mammal representative). Dark orange the zebra finch (flying species), green the chicken and yellow the turkey (flightless species). (DOC 896 kb

    Supplementary Table 1 Microsatellite loci employed for association analyses

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    Flanking and intragenic markers employed for the association analysis with KIT, their product size in numbers of base pairs, number of alleles detected and their position in KIT or in relation to KIT

    Additional file 3 of Genomic legacy of the African cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus

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    Supplemental datasheets. Datasheet S1. List of cheetah-specific de novo predicted genes with functional domains annotated by InterPro scan. Datasheet S2. List of gene families in eight mammal species identified by protein homology. Datasheet S3. Results of gene family expansion and contraction analysis. Datasheet S4. CAFE results from gene family contraction and expansion analysis. Datasheet S5. Results of gene selection analysis. Datasheet S6. Reproductive system genes with damaging mutations. Datasheet S7. Segmental duplication genes. Datasheet S8. List of reproductive genes with segregated high effect mutations and corresponding genotypes of cheetah. (XLSX 711 kb