Table 2

Intrapopulation genetic variability measures on nuclear microsatellites
Population HE HO AR Bottleneck
1 0.923 0.860 12.599 0.344
2 0.944 0.919 13.500 0.142
8 0.886 0.845 11.097 0.433
13 0.804 0.759 6.142 0.001*
23 0.915 0.877 11.204 0.473
34 0.942 0.923 13.201 0.229
43 0.858 0.796 10.900 0.706
50 0.876 0.860 9.852 0.433
53 0.834 0.839 8.208 0.433
55 0.904 0.860 11.365 0.168
119 0.899 0.857 12.443 0.235
120 0.866 0.817 11.171 0.468
121 0.917 0.867 11.619 0.140
124 0.806 0.704 9.626 0.706
207 0.853 0.805 10.071 0.706
215 0.857 0.800 8.117 0.142
219 0.831 0.820 8.151 0.433
220 0.903 0.844 10.607 0.172
222 0.914 0.856 11.478 0.706
223 0.926 0.893 11.646 0.140
225 0.818 0.789 8.193 0.559
322 0.835 0.774 9.675 0.706
323 0.648 0.605 4.850 0.650
326 0.905 0.859 12.389 0.143
406 0.798 0.794 8.656 0.706
414 0.946 0.871 13.318 0.142
418 0.943 0.851 13.109 0.241
421 0.936 0.866 12.702 0.337
422 0.788 0.721 7.317 0.706
423 0.886 0.866 10.448 0.531

Expected (HE) and observed (HO) heterozygosity and allelic richness corrected for sample size (AR). Bottleneck indicates the probability of mutation-drift equilibrium evaluated by Wilcoxon test in the program Bottleneck (* significant at p < 0.05 after FDR correction).

Bartáková et al.

Bartáková et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2013 13:196   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-13-196

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