Table 2

Nucleotide diversity indices of Y chromosomal loci and mtDNAs in gibbons
Sequence Genus or species N Sites analyzed (bp) S π% θw%
Y loci All 26 (10) 6081 254 1.000 1.095
Hylobates 19 (6) 6102 118 0.427 0.553
Nomascus 4 (3) 6198 24 0.231 0.221
Symphalangus 3 (1) 6192 2 0.022 0.022
H. agilis 3 6111 13 0.142 0.142
H. lar 10 6108 5 0.016 0.029
H. moloch 2 6123 2 0.033 0.033
H. pileatus 2 6109 32 0.524 0.524
Mtgenomea All 26 (10) 11846 2570 6.022 5.685
Hylobates 19 (6) 12970 1899 3.985 4.189
Nomascus 4 (3) 14095 606 2.358 2.345
Symphalangus 3 (1) 15325 91 0.396 0.396
H. agilis 3 15187 367 1.613 1.611
H. lar 10 14111 147 0.310 0.368
H. moloch 2 15414 108 0.701 0.701
H. pileatus 2 15374 307 2.000 2.000
Cytochrome bb All 85 (16) 1140 429 9.030 7.505
Hoolock 5 (2) 1140 40 1.930 1.684
Hylobates 39 (7) 1140 256 5.392 5.311
Nomascus 37 (6) 1140 184 4.128 3.866
Symphalangus 4 (1) 1140 23 1.140 1.100

N is the number of individuals and in parentheses is the number of species sampled for each genus; S is the number of segregating sites; π is nucleotide diversity [77]; θw is estimated from S [78]. aCalculations were carried out using mtgenome sequences excluding the control regions from the 26 individuals [6]. bCalculations were carried out using 85 cytochrome b gene sequences (GenBank IDs of the cytochrome b genes were listed in [20]).

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Chan et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:150   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-150

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