(J. A. Morris-Pocock, S. A. Taylor) Both authors contributed equally
Population genetic structure in Atlantic and Pacific Ocean common murres (Uria aalge): natural replicate tests of post-Pleistocene evolution
Article first published online: 3 DEC 2008
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Volume 17, Issue 22, pages 4859–4873, November 2008
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MORRIS-POCOCK, J. A., TAYLOR, S. A., BIRT, T. P., DAMUS, M., PIATT, J. F., WARHEIT, K. I. and FRIESEN, V. L. (2008), Population genetic structure in Atlantic and Pacific Ocean common murres (Uria aalge): natural replicate tests of post-Pleistocene evolution. Molecular Ecology, 17: 4859–4873. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2008.03977.x
- Issue published online: 3 DEC 2008
- Article first published online: 3 DEC 2008
- Received 14 July 2008; revision received 19 September 2008; accepted 24 September 2008
Fig. S1 Partial sequence of the mitochondrial control region of Pacific Ocean common murre haplotype 01. Conserved sequence blocks are in capitals. Sequence begins 141 bp from the beginning of the control region (Moum and Johansen 1992). Asterisks mark the beginnings and ends of the three Domains, and slashes mark the beginnings and ends of the two fragments that were amplified (sequence is not continuous between these fragments). X represents a 28-bp insertion present in a single individual (5′-TGTAATGGGGTAAAGACATGGCCCTCCA-3′). Variable sites are in bold. Dashes indicate insertion or deletion sites.
Fig. S2 Sequences of the most common alleles for four nuclear introns for common murres. Variable sites are highlighted in bold.
Table S1 Intron primers surveyed and PCR annealing temperatures for Pacific common murres
Table S2 Table of variable sites between common murre control region haplotypes. Dots indicate identity to Pacific Ocean haplotype 01. Indels are indicated by a dash and X represents a 28-bp insertion in haplotype 27
Table S3 Frequencies of alleles at four microsatellite and four intron loci for common murres and estimates of allelic richness (R), and observed (HO) and expected (HE) heterozygosities at each locus
Table S4 Distribution and frequency of haplotypes
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