Divergent pattern between phenotypic and genetic variation in Scots pine - 935 genotyped from 24 populations of Pinus sylvestris across Northern Europe
SND-ID: 2020-208-1. Version: 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/8bg9-ah89
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David Hall - Umeå University, Ecology and Environmental Science
Umeå University - Ecology and Environmental Science
In this study, we sampled 54 Scots pine populations from the Norwegian coast over the Arctic Circle to western Russia covering 47.3 longitudes or more than 1/8th of the earth’s circumference, which represents the most comprehensive coverage of Northern Europe to date. We inferred variation in autumn phenology and dormancy progression from freeze hardiness tests conducted on >5000 seedlings, of which >900 seedlings from 24 populations were genotyped using genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS). Our main goal was to evaluate adaptive responses in Scots pine at phenotype and genotype levels. Evaluation of cold hardiness along environmental and geographical gradients would contribute to an understanding of the performance of these gradients for predicting freeze damage levels. The genotype data allow evaluation of genetic variance across landscapes and thus shed light on the degree of genetic-environmental association and the recolonization history of Scots pine in Scandinavia.
SNP data of Pinus sylvestris from geneotyping-by-sequencing, Sequenced by Illumina HiSeq X. Text file as gzipped vcf (.vcf.gz).
SNP data of Pinus sylvestris from geneotyping-by-sequencing, Sequenced by Illumina HiSeq X. Text file as gzipped vcf (.vcf.gz). See "pheno_pop.txt" for information on each individual. Show less..
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1985 – 2017
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Geographic location: Northern Europe
Geographic description: Data from Scots pine seeds collected from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Arkhangelsk- och Komi- regions of Russia
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Hall et al. 2021. Divergent pattern between phenotypic and genetic variation in Scots pine. Plant Communications
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