Figure 6.

Relationship between the weighted mean number of escapees observed in each of the rivers in the period 1989–2009 (X axis), and the following three sets of estimators of genetic change in the 20 populations (Y axes). Top graph Y axis = the observed within-river temporal genetic change as measured by pair-wise FST using all 72 loci (blue diamonds), 47d (red squares) and 25r (green triangles). Middle graph Y axis = the relative change (%) in pair-wise FST between a population’s historical sample and the pooled sample of farmed salmon, and the same populations contemporary sample and the pooled sample of farmed salmon using all 72 loci (blue diamonds), 47d (red squares) and 25r (green triangles). Bottom graph Y axis = the simulated level of farmed salmon genetic introgression required in each population to cause the observed temporal genetic changes as based upon the ABC method (blue triangles) and the fixed migration method (red squares), both of these simulations computed using 47d. Significance levels and R2 values for all relationships are provided in Table 4.

Glover et al. BMC Genetics 2013 14:74   doi:10.1186/1471-2156-14-74
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