Flinders University
Browse
1/1
2 files

Changes in parasite species distributions could be driven by host range expansions: the case of hybridisation between two Australian reptile ticks

dataset
posted on 2023-05-15, 01:49 authored by Bridgette BarndenBridgette Barnden, Amy SlenderAmy Slender, Robert Sharrad, Michael GardnerMichael Gardner

This data (Report_DAmm19-3988_SNP_mapping_2.csv) was generated through DArT sequencing (Diversity Array Technology, Canberra, Australia).  The data metadata (DAmm19-3988_SNP_metadata.xlsx) explains the column headings and SNP format. Please see published resource for information on data generation and sample metadata (Supplementary Material).

Funding

Can parasites cause host population divergence?

Australian Research Council

Find out more...

History

Primary contact

mike.gardner@flinders.edu.au

Access Rights

Conditions apply to the use of the data. Contact the above (Mike.gardner@flinders.edu.au) for further information.

Usage metrics

    Flinders University

    Exports

    RefWorks
    BibTeX
    Ref. manager
    Endnote
    DataCite
    NLM
    DC