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Supplementary materials from Extensive polyploid clonality was a successful strategy for seagrass to expand into a newly submerged environment
journal contributionposted on 14.05.2022, 12:25 by Jane M. Edgeloe, Anita A. Severn-Ellis, Philipp E. Bayer, Shaghayegh Mehravi, Martin F. Breed, Siegfried L. Krauss, Jacqueline Batley, Gary A. Kendrick, Elizabeth A. Sinclair
The tables contain information on environmental parameters at sampled seagrass meadows (table S1), bioinformatics filtering for SNP markers (table S2), chromosome parameters and karyotype asymmetry indices (table S3), and comparison of large, genetically-identified seagrass clones (table S4). Figures show identification of ploidy levels (figure S1), and cross entropy plots for population structure (figure S2).