Table 1

Summary statistics estimating the mtDNA genetic diversity of the Noir Marron.

Population

N

k

H

(SD)

θk

(95% CI)

θs

(SD)

π

(SD)

Tajima's D

(P)

Fu's Fs

(P)


Aluku

10

9

0.977

(± 0.054)

38.775

(9.402 - 169.084)

15.553

(± 6.606)

0.019

(± 0.010)

-0.075

(0.494)

-0.693

(0.302)

Ndjuka

80

50

0.983

(± 0.006)

60.691

(38.367 - 96.897)

17.499

(± 4.766)

0.019

(± 0.009)

-0.549

(0.357)

-17.139

(0.001)

Paramaka

11

7

0.911

(± 0.077)

9.023

(2.907 - 29.191)

14.846

(± 6.322)

0.019

(± 0.011)

0.145

(0.620)

1.899

(0.820)

Saramaka

41

23

0.975

(± 0.013)

28.055

(14.525 - 55.171)

16.512

(± 5.232)

0.020

(± 0.010)

-0.084

(0.538)

-2.178

(0.236)

Total Noir Marron

142

78

0.988

(± 0.003)

72.859

(51.408 - 103.439)

18.668

(± 0.622)

0.019

(± 0.009)

-0.549

(0.357)

-23.987

(0.001)


N: number of sequences; k: number of different haplotypes; H: Haplotype diversity; θ: mutation drift statistic calculated from the number of different haplotypes (θk) and segregating sites (θs); π: nucleotide diversity

Brucato et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010 10:314   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-314

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