Table 1

Genetic diversity of Fucus ceranoides within sampling sites and inferred genetic sectors
River (Ria), Village Code N Microsatellites MtIGS
A HE HO FIS Lineage Haplotypes Nhap Hhap(10−3) Πhap(10−5)
Lima, Viana do Castelo VIA 16 2.43 0.154 0.143 0.077 A A1(14), GQ385159*, GQ385159* 3 242 50
Western Sector W 128 9.00 0.457 0.257 A A1–A31 31 717 351
Verdugo (Ria de Vigo), Arcade VIG 16 3.57 0.223 0.223 −0.001 A A1(11), A3(3), A4, A5 4 517 116
Lérez (Ria de Pontevedra), Pontevedra PON 16 2.29 0.174 0.161 0.080 A A1(13), A6, A7, A8 4 242 50
Umia (Ria de Arousa), Cambados UMI 16 2,86 0.225 0.174 0.231* A A1, A2(5), A9(3), A10 (2), A11, A12(2), A13, A14 8 875 580
Ulla (Ria de Arousa), Catoira ULL 16 2,71 0.144 0.146 −0.012 A A1, A2(9), A15(2), A16, A17, A18, A19 7 692 267
Tabra/Tambre (Ria de Muros e Noia), Noia NOI 16 3.00 0.357 0.370 −0.039 A A1(11), A20(5) 2 458 92
Xallas (Ria de Córcubion), Ézaro XAL 16 3.71 0.478 0.369 0.234* A A1 (5), A21(9), A22, A23 4 617 151
Castro, Lires LIR 16 3.29 0.447 0.324 0.282* A A1 (11), A24, A25, A26, A27, A28 6 350 104
Grande (Ria das Camariñas), Ponte do Porto CAM 16 3.43 0.430 0.279 0.360* A A1(10), A29(4), A30, A31 4 575 151
North-Western Sector NW 96 6.57 0.526 0.327 B B1–B11 11 671 186
Anllóns (Ria de Corme e Laxe), Ponteceso ANL 16 3.57 0.482 0.482 0.001 B B2 (13), B3(2), B4 3 342 72
Mero (Ria de A Coruña), O Temple RCO 16 4.00 0.355 0.304 0.150* B B1 (10), B5(3), B6(2), B7 4 592 203
Mendo/Mandeo (Ria de Betanzos), Betanzos BET 16 3.14 0.364 0.265 0.277* B B1(7), B8 (9) 2 525 106
Eume (Ria de Ares), Pontedeume ARE 16 4.00 0.408 0.342 0.166* B B1(14), B9, B10 3 242 50
Xuvia (Ria do Ferrol), Neda FER 16 3.71 0.458 0.368 0.203* B B1(16) 1
Ferrerias (Ria de Cedeira) CED 16 3.00 0.398 0.200 0.505* B B2(15), B11 2 125 25
Northern Sector N 128 6.29 0.553 0.441 B,C B1, C1–C9 10 166 144
Mera (Ria de Ortigueira), Ponte de Mera ORT 16 3.00 0.468 0.362 0.232* B, C B1(2), C1(12), C2, C9 4 442 323
Sor (Ria de Barquero), Poceira BAR 16 3.14 0.563 0.411 0.277* B, C B1, C1(14), C3 3 133 113
Landro (Ria de Viveiros), Viveiros VIV 16 3.57 0.484 0.473 0.022 C C1(15), C4 2 125 25
Ouro FAZ 16 3.43 0.497 0.500 −0.007 C C1(15), C5 2 125 25
Masma (Ria da Foz) FOZ 16 3.57 0.507 0.427 0.162* C C1(16) 1
Eo (Ria de Ribadeo), Vegadeo VEG 16 3.71 0.416 0.414 0.005 C C1(15), C6 2 125 25
Porcia POR 16 3.00 0.463 0.527 −0.144 C C1(15), C7 2 125 25
Navia (Ria de Navia), Navia NAV 16 3.71 0.464 0.413 0.114 C C1(15), C8 2 125 25
Valdediós (Ria de Villaviciosa) VIL 16 3.00 0.464 0.464 0.000 C C1(10), GQ385159*(5), GQ385159* 3 542 117
Asón (Ria de Santoña), Colindres SAN 16 3.14 0.410 0.411 −0.003 C GQ385159*(9), GQ385159*(7) 2 525 105
Adour, Bayonne BAY 16 3.43 0.486 0.446 0.083 C C1(13), GQ385159*(2), GQ385159* 3 342 72

Mean allelic richness (A), Nei’s gene diversity (HE), observed heterozygosity (Ho) and multi-locus inbreeding coefficient (FIS,) were estimated from for the microsatellite data-set; Haplotypic richness (Nhap), haplotypic diversity (Hhap) and nucleotide diversity (πhap) are based on the mtIGS data-set. The mtIGS lineages and haplotypes are listed for each population (coded as in Figure 1). Absolute frequencies of haplotypes are in parenthesis (if N > 1). *GenBank accessions of the private haplotypes of the populations of VIA, VIL, SAN and BAY [15].

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Neiva et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2012 12:78   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-78

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