Table 6

Neutrality test results

Tajima's D

Ramos-Onsins & Rozas R2

D

95% CI

R2

95% CI


BAR_MON

2.3662*

(-1.5574, 2.0410)

0.2536*

(0.0429, 0.2124)

W

MEN_GOR

-1.1286

(-1.6948, 1.8107)

0.1601

(0.0601, 0.1782)

MEN_MER

-1.1332

(-1.6847, 1.8405)

0.1643

(0.0609, 0.1785)


SAR_AST

0.2722

(-1.7092, 1.9445)

0.1431

(0.0739, 0.2206)

SAR_VAL

2.3691*

(-1.7208, 1.9355)

0.2553*

(0.0719, 0.2262)

C

SAR_CAR

1.7278

(-1.5952, 1.7641)

0.2738

(0.1339, 0.3307)

SAR_SIL

2.6559*

(-1.7501, 1.7979)

0.2477*

(0.0735, 0.2052)

COR_CAN

2.1833*

(-1.7233, 1.9217)

0.1999*

(0.0504, 0.1887)


TUN_LEB1

x

x

x

x

S

SIC_MAZ

1.9595

(-1.6633, 2.0016)

0.2561*

(0.0883, 0.2363)

SIC_MAR1

x

x

x

x


W, west group; C, central group; S, southeast group. *Significant differences. 1These populations had only one haplotype. Significant differences in some populations suggest that the variability observed cannot be explained by the neutral hypothesis.

L├ízaro et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:274   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-274

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