Table 2

Genetic diversity measures, fixation index and their (SE), and effective population size for four sampled populations of eastern white cedar

Pop type

Province

Population

AT

A

AE

AR

AP

HO

HE

GAO

GAE

F

Ne


Core

New Brunswick

ED

63.00

10.50 (1.86)

4.19 (1.15)

10.08 (2.09)

11

0.640 (0.057)

0.662 (0.079)

127 (3.84)

404 (7.43)

0.007 (0.062)

432

PA

67.00

11.17 (2.63)

4.68 (1.51)

10.68 (2.51)

9

0.640 (0.087)

0.640 (0.103)

145 (4.53)

500 (9.03)

-0.025 (0.048)

910

Peripheral

Nova Scotia

CL

53.00

8.83 (2.02)

2.79 (0.44)

8.42 (2.15)

6

0.571 (0.070)

0.597 (0.060)

100 (3.12)

312 (6.69)

0.050 (0.034)

310

RL

47.00

7.83 (2.17)

2.60 (0.48)

7.66 (2.27)

5

0.505 (0.111)

0.519 (0.110)

77 (2.94)

267 (7.07)

0.044 (0.048)

110

Mean

Core

65.00

10.83 (2.24)

4.43 (1.33)

10.38 (2.30)

10

0.640 (0.072)

0.651 (0.091)

136.00 (4.19)

452 (8.23)

-0.009 (0.055)

671

Peripheral

50.00

8.33 (2.10)

2.70 (0.46)

8.04 (2.21)

5.50

0.540 (0.091)

0.560 (0.085)

88.50 (3.03)

289.50 (6.88)

0.047 (0.041)

210

Overall mean

57.50

9.58 (2.17)

3.57 (0.89)

9.21 (2.26)

7.75

0.590 (0.082)

0.600 (0.088)

112.25 (3.61)

370.75 (7.55)

0.019 (0.048)

440


AT, total number of alleles; A, mean number of alleles per locus; AE, effective number of alleles; AR, Allelic richness; AP, number of private alleles; GAO, observed genotype additivity (richness); GAE, expected genotype additivity [49]; HO, observed heterozygosity; HE, expected heterozygosity; F, fixation index; Ne, effective population size. Values in parentheses are standard errors.

ED, Emundston; PA, Perth Andover; CL, Cedar Lake; RL, Rockland

Pandey and Rajora BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:48   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-48

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