Table 2

Diversity indices in the Argentinean population groups

N

[1]

H

[1]

H/n

[1]

D

[1]

Π

[1]

M

[1]

N

[2]

H

[2]

H/n

[2]

D

[2]

Π

[2]

M

[2]

N

[3]

H

[3]

H/n

[3]

D

[3]

Π

[3]

M

[3]


Urban populations

North

37

28

0.76

0.980

(0.012)

0.0155

(0.0015)

4.9

90

46

0.51

0.958

(0.010)

0.0199

(0.0008)

6.3

129

76

0.59

0.978

(0.005)

0.0208

(0.0007)

6.6

Central

358

195

0.54

0.978

(0.004)

0.0131

(0.0005)

4.1

263

118

0.45

0.965

(0.005)

0.0196

(0.0004)

6.2

642

329

0.51

0.987

(0.002)

0.0187

(0.0004)

5.9

South

17

14

0.82

0.971

(0.001)

0.0134

(0.0024)

4.2

35

27

0.77

0.971

(0.018)

0.0187

(0.0013)

5.9

53

42

0.79

0.985

(0.009)

0.0192

(0.0010)

6.1

All

412

216

0.52

0.978

(0.004)

0.0133

(0.0004)

4.2

388

158

0.41

0.967

(0.004)

0.0197

(0.0003)

6.2

824

392

0.48

0.987

(0.001)

0.0192

(0.0003)

6.0

Native Americans

North

-

-

-

-

-

-

265

72

0.27

0.940

(0.008)

0.0181

(0.0005)

5.7

265

72

0.27

0.940

(0.008)

0.0181

(0.0005)

5.7

South

-

-

-

-

-

-

39

13

0.33

0.908

(0.020)

0.0171

(0.0006)

5.4

39

13

0.33

0.908

(0.020)

0.0171

(0.0006)

5.4

All

-

-

-

-

-

-

304

82

0.27

0.950

(0.006)

0.0181

(0.0004)

5.7

304

82

0.27

0.950

(0.006)

0.0181

(0.0004)

5.7

All Argentineans

All

-

-

-

-

-

-

1128

449

0.40

0.984

(0.001)

0.0192

(0.0003)

id

1128

449

0.40

0.984

(0.001)

0.0192

(0.0003)

6.0


Standard deviations are given in round brackets.

n = sample size, H = number of different haplotypes, D = sequence diversity, π = nucleotide diversity, M = average number of pairwise differences. Numbers in square brackets (above) indicate: [1]: haplotypes of European ancestry,[2]: haplotypes of Native American ancestry, [3]: all the haplotypes together

Catelli et al. BMC Genetics 2011 12:77   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-12-77

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