Table 2

Cross combinations performed in the F1 and BC experiments.

F1 experiments

BC experiments


Cross combination

Tests

Cross combination

Tests


TOS × TOS

a(1), b(1), c(1)

TOS × (TOS × TOS)

d(1), e(1), f(1)

TOS × HOS

a(2)

(TOS × TOS) × TOS

d(1), e(1), f(1)

HOS × TOS

a(2)

TOS × (HOS × TOS)

d(2)

HOS × HOS

TOS × (TOS × HOS)

d(2)

TOS × TUR

b(2)

(HOS × TOS) × TOS

d(2)

TUR × TOS

b(2)

(TOS × HOS) × TOS

d(2)

TUR × TUR

TOS × (TUR × TOS)

e(2)

TOS × CHI

c(2)

TOS × (TOS × TUR)

e(2)

CHI × TOS

c(2)

(TUR × TOS) × TOS

e(2)

CHI × CHI

(TOS × TUR) × TOS

e(2)

TOS × (CHI × TOS)

f(2)

TOS × (TOS × CHI)

f(2)

(CHI × TOS) × TOS

f(2)

(TOS × CHI) × TOS

f(2)


In the crosses, the first acronym refers to the population (or outcrossed offspring) providing the females. If the acronym is not in parentheses, the corresponding clones were isolated in the field, while terms in parentheses are F1 clones. Comparison tests are indicated by different letters, and the groups compared are indicated by different numbers. Note that 'immigrant × immigrant' crosses performed in F1 were not included in the statistical analyses.

Tortajada et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010 10:312   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-312

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