Table 6

Genetic differentiation among host-affiliated samples within reproductive modes of the Lysiphlebus fabarum group.

Sex

Asex



Mode

Host

Ahe

Bca

Aff

Afc

Aur

Ahe

Aru

Afa


Area

7

4

15

11

9

13

13

8

MLG

180

14

74

54

31

58

74

22

Seq

24

7

53

33

26

39

54

12

Sex

Ahe

.208

.317

.214

.235

.234

.129

.298

.341

Bca

.675

.108

.331

.366

.387

.300

.347

.495

Asex

Aff

.527

.302

.101

.002

.016

.022

.084

.132

Afc

.650

.551

.141

.102

.023

.034

.102

.127

Aur

.564

.437

.154

.146

-.026

.033

.101

.160

Ahe

.534

.310

-.001

.150

.178

.105

.090

.138

Aru

.785

.728

.361

.079

.268

.367

.111

.167

Afa

.808

.700

.372

.462

.276

.411

.628

.116


Nuclear genetic differentiation (FST) between host groups (above diagonal, definitions see Table 2) and within groups among geographic areas (diagonal, in italics) is indicated, as well as mitochondrial sequence differentiation, NST (below diagonal). Overall numbers of areas, microsatellite multilocus genotypes (MLG) and mtDNA sequences (Seq) are detailed. Bold values indicate significant differentiation.

Sandrock et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:348   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-348

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