Figure 1.

Map of the provinces of Cuba. A) Provinces and their populations according to the 2005 census (Oficina Nacional de Estadística de la República de Cuba): 1 Isla de la Juventud, 2 Pinar del Río, 3 La Habana, 4 Ciudad de la Habana, 5 Matanzas, 6 Cienfuegos, 7 Villa Clara, 8 Sancti Spíritus, 9 Ciego de Ávila, 10 Camagüey, 11 Las Tunas, 12 Granma, 13 Holguín, 14 Santiago de Cuba, 15 Guantánamo. The Departments during the nineteenth century were: West (provinces 1 to 5), Central (provinces 6 to 10) and East (provinces 11 to 15). B) Frequency of mitochondrial lineages: African (black), Native American (grey) and European (white). Circle area is proportional to sample size. C) Y-chromosome lineages found in Cuba: African in black and European in white. Circle area is proportional to sample size (n).

Mendizabal et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2008 8:213   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-8-213
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