Table 2

Haplotypes of the male-specific region of the Y-chromosome of Rupicapra (generated through the combination of the sequence of the SRY promoter and microsatellites UMN2303 and SRYM18), and frequencies across subspecies

Haplotype description

Frequency



SRY promoter

UMN2303

SRYM18

R. pyrenaica

R. rupicapra




Haplotype

A/G

Size

Size

[TTC]m

SNP A/T

[T]n

par

pyr

orn

cat

rupW

rupC

rupE

tat

cap

bal

asi

cau


Y-Rpyr1

A

130

102

2

A

9

17 (3)

9 (4)

Y-Rpyr2

A

125

102

2

A

9

1 (1)

7 (3)

Y-Rpyr3

A

125

105

2

A

12

6 (1)

Y-RrupA1

G

125

109

3

T

13

1 (1)

6 (1)

1

1 (1)

Y-RrupA2

G

125

110

3

T

14

1 (1)

2 (1)

2 (1)

5 (4)

6 (4)

3 (2)

Y-RrupA3

G

125

111

3

T

15

5 (1)

4 (1)

Y-RrupA4

G

125

112

3

T

16

4 (1)

1 (1)

Y-RrupB1

G

125

111

4

T

12

3 (3)

Y-RrupB2

G

125

113

4

T

14

1 (1)

Y-RrupC

G

125

112

5

T

10

1 (1)


The abbreviated name of the subspecies are: par, parva; pyr, pyrenaica; orn, ornata; cat, cartusiana; rupW, rupicapraW; rupC, rupicapraC; rupE, rupicapraE; tat, tatrica; cap, carpatica; bal, balcanica; asi, asiatica; and cau, caucasica. Number of samples sequenced for SRYM18 are given in parenthesis.

PĂ©rez et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:272   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-272

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