Dataset Open Access

Adaptive introgression from maize has facilitated the establishment of teosinte as a noxious weed in Europe

Le Corre Valérie; Siol Mathieu; Vigouroux Yves; Tenaillon; Délye Christophe

This is the total genotyoping matrix we used for the analyses.
The first line of the file contains the identifiers of the samples and each subsequent line the genotype at each SNP The first column contains the identifier of the SNPs.

Genotype data for the 70 French teosintes was combined with published and available data for the following material: 40 accessions of Spanish teosintes (1), 314 accessions of parviglumis (2, 3), 332 accessions of mexicana (2, 3), 94 maize landraces from Meso- and Central-America (4) and 155 maize inbred lines from North-America and Europe (5)

  1. Trtikova M, Lohn A, Binimelis R, Chapela I, Oehen B, Zemp N, Widmer A, Hilbeck A (2017) Teosinte in Europe – searching for the origin of a novel weed. Scientific Reports 7, 1560. DOI:

  2. Aguirre-Liguori JA, Tenaillon MI, Vásquez-Lobo A, Gaut BS, Jaramillo-Correa JP, Montes-Hernandez S, Souza V, Eguiarte LE (2017) Connecting genomic patterns of local adaptation and niche suitability in teosintes. Molecular Ecology 26, 4226-4240. DOI:

  3. Pyhäjärvi T, Hufford MB, Mezmouk S, Ross-Ibarra J (2013) Complex patterns of local adaptation in teosinte. Genome Biology and Evolution 5, 1594–1609. DOI:

  4. Takuno S, Ralph P, Swarts K, Elshire RJ, Glaubitz JC, Buckler ES, Hufford MB, Ross-Ibarra J (2015) Independent molecular basis of convergent highland adaptation in maize. Genetics 200, 1297–1312. DOI:

  5. Unterseer S, Pophaly SD, Peis R, Westermeier P, Mayer M, Seidel MA, Haberer G, Mayer KFX, Ordas B, Pausch H, Tellier A, Bauer , Schön CC (2016) A comprehensive study of the genomic differentiation between temperate Dent and Flint maize. Genome Biology 17, 137. DOI:

Files (74.3 MB)
Name Size
74.3 MB Download
All versions This version
Views 119119
Downloads 3434
Data volume 2.5 GB2.5 GB
Unique views 110110
Unique downloads 3434


Cite as