Table 3

Assignments for each individual across populations according to GeneClass.

North

South

Assigned to

PIL

MAN

SIB

CHI

COL

PVI

BLA

TEM


PIL

0.427

MAN

0.416

0.068

0.137

SIB

0.127

0.434

0.077

CHI

0.087

0.192

0.491

0.512

0.088

0.064

0.085

COL

0.240

0.115

0.638

0.125

0.094

PVI

0.268

BLA

0.304

0.083

TEM

0.141

0.074

0.136

0.166

0.153

0.404


Assignment proportions

PIL

MAN

SIB

CHI

COL

PVI

BLA

TEM


Assigned

(sum of probabilities)

0.51

1.12

0.51

0.81

1.15

0.86

0.52

0.67

Unassigned

(1-assigned)

0.49

-0.12

0.49

0.19

-0.15

0.14

0.48

0.33


This algorithm estimates the probability that each of the plants is assigned to a particular population, depending on where its genotype is more likely to occur. Each cell represents the average probability of assignments in each locality. In bold along the diagonal are the number of residents within a population (self-recruitment). Northern and Southern clusters are highlighted. Empty cells represent mean proportions of less than 0.050 and were discounted in the assignment proportions. Proportions of assigned individuals are summarized, not all individuals are assigned to known sites (columns add to <1.0), and one individual can be assigned to more than one site (in which case columns add to >1.0). PIL-El Pilar, MAN-Manatee, SIB-Sibun, CHI-Chiquibul, BLA-Bladen, PVI-Pueblo Viejo, TEM-Temash.

Cibri├ín-Jaramillo et al. BMC Genetics 2009 10:65   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-10-65

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