Table 2

Population-specific microsatellite diversity and frequency of null alleles for A. uncatus populations sampled over multiple years.

2003

2004/5

2008

Popn

A

Ho

He

FIS

r

A

Ho

He

FIS

r

A

Ho

He

FIS

r


MLP

7.57

0.534

0.707

0.268*

0.101

4.86

0.607

0.632

0.105

0.015

6.29

0.607

0.635

0.066

0.017

MUT

9.00

0.489

0.737

0.359*

0.143

6.57

0.631

0.635

0.028

0.003

6.57

0.696

0.685

0.004

-0.007

VRLP

7.43

0.401

0.709

0.452*

0.180

5.43

0.485

0.557

0.152

0.046

5.57

0.564

0.556

0.007

-0.005

VRST

6.57

0.491

0.644

0.260*

0.093

5.29

0.542

0.589

0.103

0.029

5.14

0.524

0.554

0.076

0.019

LLP

8.57

0.608

0.795

0.251*

0.104

7.14

0.589

0.676

0.148

0.051

6.14

0.503

0.627

0.222*

0.077

LLT

9.00

0.512

0.823

0.399*

0.171

6.71

0.598

0.679

0.142

0.049

5.71

0.521

0.590

0.140

0.044

FLP

6.71

0.499

0.739

0.353*

0.138

7.86

0.691

0.782

0.138*

0.051

7.71

0.641

0.727

0.150

0.049

FUT

8.14

0.647

0.786

0.194*

0.078

8.00

0.606

0.775

0.241*

0.095

7.43

0.577

0.718

0.224*

0.082


mean

5.63

0.525

0.766

0.315

0.126

4.69

0.596

0.686

0.131

0.042

4.41

0.592

0.653

0.093

0.035


Population codes (Popn) as in Table 1, mean number of alleles (A), observed and expected heterozygosity (Ho and He), deviations from HWE estimated as FIS in FSTAT (*denotes significance after Bonferroni correction), and estimated frequency of null alleles (r) using the method of Brookfield [35], where † denotes null alleles detected in at least one locus using MICROCHECKER [34]. Means averaged over loci and populations for each sampling year.

Shama et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:278   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-278

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