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Supplemental Material for Sandler et al., 2020

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posted on 24.09.2020 by George Sandler, Magdalena Bartkowska, Aneil F. Agrawal, Stephen I. Wright

Figure S1 Visualization of a low-quality genomic region that was filtered from our analyses.

Figure S2 Allelic coverage at heterozygous sites before and after filtering.

Figure S3 Visualization of a validated de novo mutation from both Illumina short read and Sanger sequencing data.

Figure S4 Visualisation of a putative de novo mutation that was identified as a likely sequencing error

Figure S5 Visualisation of a putative de novo mutation that was identified as a likely genome misassembly error

Table S1 List of de novo mutations identified in two species of duckweed

Table S2 Mutation rate estimates under the observed allelic bias at de novo mutations

Table S3 Mutation rate estimates under several scenarios of allelic bias at de novo mutant sites in salt stressed mutation accumulation lines

Table S4 Mutation rate estimates under several scenarios of allelic bias at de novo mutant sites in control mutation accumulation lines

Table S5 Number and fraction of callable sites under several scenarios of allelic bias at de novo mutant sites

Table S6 Summary of mutation rate estimates retrieved from the literature

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Article title

Estimation of the SNP Mutation Rate in Two Vegetatively Propagating Species of Duckweed

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G3/2020/401704

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10.1534/g3.120.401704

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